Wales Vacations

Wales is a country that lies on the western side of the island that forms the United Kingdom. It faces the Celtic Sea ales is a part of the British Isle but retains its independence as a separate country within the United Kingdom. Wales is home to over 600 castles that stretch across its landscape providing documentation as to the strategic importance this country claimed in Europe’s History. The most awe inspiring castles are located along the northern coast of Wales and include castles in the Caernarfon and Conwy area which are included in Unesco World Heritage List. The Wales landscape is comprised of beautiful rolling hills has many national parks available for exploring. Snowdonia is the largest park in Wales and also has the highest mountain in England or Wales. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is ranked as one of the top coastal destinations in the world due to it's dramatic cliffs, beautiful beaches and quiet coves. Brecon Beacons National Park is recognized as International Dark Sky Reserve and where you can still find those darling Welsh mountain ponies. The history of Wales is tied closely to the Celtic tribes and traditions. Many natives still speak Welsh or Cymraeg, which is one of the original Celtic languages.

Wales Vacation Rentals and Wales Hotels

Wales Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Wales

Hike along the west coast path of Wales that stretches for 870 along some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales

Enjoy the view from the peaks of Snowdowny while enjoying a ride in the Ffestiniog Welsh Highland Railway.

Visit the Dewstow Gardens, built in 1804, with its underground grottos and sunken ferneries in Caerwent, Monmouthshire

Admire the Bodnant Garden that was built by Lord Aberconway in 1875 which has a great collection of magnolias and rhododendrons and is open February to November in Tal-y-Cafn, Colwyn Bay, Gwynedd.