Llyn y Fan Fach Brecon Beacons National Park Carmarthenshire West Wales (Aled Llywelyn)
Zip World Bangor Gwynedd North Wales (Courtesy: Visit Wales)

“No better time to explore one of the finest natural playgrounds in Europe…
Culture vultures, foodies, festival junkies, adventurers, hikers and extreme sports enthusiasts will be spellbound here.”

Rough Guides

Wales is a place of natural drama, from the country’s beaches to walking its mountain ranges. The nation’s history is told through its ancient monuments and museums. While the bold 21st century Wales is there for everyone to enjoy on a short break in one of Wales’ cities to explore or getting active in this wonderful natural playground.

Every corner of Wales has something to discover. To get your holiday planning underway, discover our four regions – North Wales, South Wales, Mid Wales and West Wales. We also have three glorious national parks to explore – Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons.

Wales is only 2 hours from London and accessible via Heathrow Airport, then by train to Cardiff.

We have seven Michelin-starred restaurants, heart-pounding adventures like coasteering and zip-lining as well as gardens, stately homes, some of the most beautiful beaches you’ll ever see and some of the most gorgeous and unspoiled natural places in the world.

Croeso (welcome) to Wales.