Wales the Red dragon and Castles
Once across the border from England to Wales you immediately notice you entered a different country. With its own Celtic tongue and proud individual identity Wales remains a country within a country.
For the traveller Wales has unlimited attractions a stunning coastline, beaches dramatic mountain scenery and lakes, for those interested in outdoor sports it is a magnet.
The history lover will find plenty of interest here from the Romans right through to the Tudors the history of Wales has been inextricably linked to England.
Why not tread in the footsteps of Owain Glyndwr the last welsh prince and visit the mountains of Snowdonia once the stronghold of the Welsh Kings.
Then drive to the coast to Portmerion and marvel at the architecture and genius of Clough Wiliam Ellis.
Travel south and you can swim with Dolphins, while taking in the fantastic coastline and wild life.
Activities in Wales
Cricieth Castle - short description
Conwy Castle - Conwy Castle Mighty Fortress
Laugharne - Laugharne castle
Horse Drawn Boats - Horse Drawn Canal Boats
Hay Festival of Literature - Hay Festival
Dr Who Experience - Sci Fi Theme Centre
Judges Lodgings - Judges Lodgings
Brecon Beacons - High ridges verdant valleys
Beaches - Beaches
Walking in Britain
Pembrokeshire Coastal path - Coastal Path
Top ten Trails Pembrokeshire - Top ten trails
Welsh Mountain Zoo - National Zoo Of Wales
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