If you are heading to South Wales, make sure you visit Cardiff and take a tour of the Millennium stadium, the home of the Welsh Rugby team. In Cardiff bay, you can take a tour or see a show at the Welsh Millennium Centre. There are also loads of great bars and restaurants to choose from, including the Norwegian Sailors Church, the café and art gallery famous for being the church where Roald Dahl was christened.
If you want great nightlife and restaurants to suit all tastes, Swansea is for you. However, there is more to this town than just partying, shopping or spending a day on the beach. It’s the birth place of Dylan Thomas and was the muse for many of his poems. Also, make sure you take a short drive to Gower, take in the beautiful views and beaches and see the home of King Arthur’s Stone, Giants Grave burial chamber and Pennard Castle.
For the ramblers among you, South Wales offers the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast. So pack your car up with your hiking gear and don’t forget a camera to capture the stunning views.
Snowdonia is heaven for those that love the outdoors. Take the challenge of climbing the mountain, feel the adrenaline from mountain biking, whitewater rafting and horse riding, or slow the pace a bit with walking, fishing and golf. Whatever you fancy, it is here.
There is more to the Brecon Beacons than just stunning views and a great place to walk. Make sure you visit the traditional market towns and historic sites it has to offer, such as Carreg Cennen, where you can see the remains of a medieval castle. There are also plenty of activities and attractions for all the family to take part in.