Ever wondered about Wales? What to see and do, why go to Wales? Because Wales is distinct from its neighbors in location, geography, language, culture, and it is loaded with activities for everyone. Not sure what to see and do in Wales we have the right option to fit your interest.
Wales is another beguiling part of the British Isles. Even its comparative anonymity serves it well. Reducing ancient cultures to misty Celtic pastiche, Wales remains brittle and brutal enough to be real, and diverse enough to remain endlessly interesting. Within its small mass of land, Wales boasts some stunning physical attributes. Its mountains, ranges, ragged coastline, lush valleys and old-fashioned market towns all invite long and repeated visits. The culture too, is compelling, whether in its Welsh or English language manifestation, its Celtic or its industrial traditions, its ancient cornerstones of belief or its contemporary chutzpah. Recent years have seen a huge upsurge in Welsh self-confidence, a commodity no longer so dependent upon comparison with its big and powerful neighbor of England. No doubt about it, Wales is different from Scotland, England and Ireland and that is why one should plan carefully to get the most out of their special adventure.
Wales has 641 Castles, Conway Castle, pictured above, is a wonderful representation. These castles are impressive and exactly what one pictures in their mind when they think castle. Should you desire, you can walk the full coastline of Wales. With all those National Parks and your desire for outdoor activities you have a plethora of options. Fishing, walking, cycling, mountain biking, golf, coast-steering, white water rafting, canyoning, caving, paragliding, zip-lining, and water sports such as wake-boarding, surfing, wind surfing, and sailing.
Wales is a wonderful place for families with National Parks to visit, free museums and galleries, as well as a plethora of outdoor activities available. Wales is well known as home of the Arthurian legend, King Arthur, Guinevere, and his knights of the round table. Wales is where they have filmed many movies and BBC TV series about King Arthur and you can visit those areas as well.
Are you ready to go visit Wales. We have options for you to select from in our Leisure Travel section and should you wish we can customize your adventure.
How about exploring the Brooding castles of Wales, sites of the Arthurian legend, the Gower Peninsula, Britain’s first area of natural beauty, home of the Verry Volkfaerries, holy sites, and rugged coastlines.
The culture and history of Wales is fascinating. Welsh is the oldest living language in Europe and is an important part of Wales Heritage.
Wales has over 200 Courses to select from. You will find some Golf courses in valleys surrounded by snow-capped mountains, others alongside some of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. Playing golf in Wales has been likened to playing on an aircraft carrier or a links course in the sky and many other venues besides.
Wales has much to explore. A coastline with walking trails and breathtaking views, wonderful National Parks including Snowdonia, small steam trains that explore less traveled off the beaten path, wonderful cultural opportunities and beautiful castles. Lot of castles. If you are interested in combining a Wales, UK adventure with Ireland you might want to consider taking the ferry over from Holyhead to Dublin. Did you know that Wales is famous for its Welsh male voice choir. Explore lakes, waterfalls, and ocean views with opportunities for outdoor sports such as surfing, kayaking and swimming. When you are ready to explore the possibilities call (860)531-2747 or visit our Schedule a Planning Session and register.
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