1. Snowdonia National Park – For those who love being outdoors and exploring nature, there’s no better place to visit than Wales’ most famous park. Whether you go hiking, biking, or just marvel at the stunning scenery, you’ll be glad you made the trip.
2. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – Wales’ only coastal national park is full of breathtaking views and stunning beaches. Whether you want to go surfing, kayaking, or just soak up the sun (we do see it occasionally), you’ll never run out of things to do here.
3. Cardiff– Wales’ capital city is a great place to explore if you’re looking for a bit of culture and history. From its iconic castle to the lively nightlife, you’ll find something exciting and new around every corner.
4. Brecon Beacons National Park – this beautiful mountain range is a great place to go for those looking for an adventure. With plenty of trails and breathtaking views to explore, it’s easy to see why this park is so popular.
5. St David’s – the United Kingdom’s smallest city is home to a wealth of history and culture, as well as the beautiful St David’s Cathedral. Whether you’re looking for a quiet day of exploring or wish to mingle with the locals in the evening, there’s something for everyone in St David’s.
6. Portmeirion – This beautiful Italian-style village on Wales’ north coast is a great place to relax and take in some of Wales’ stunning scenery. With plenty of charming shops, restaurants, and even its own beach, it’s easy to see why Portmeirion continues to draw visitors from all over the world.
7. The Wales Coast Path – Wales’ 870-mile long coastal walking route is one of the best ways to experience Wales’ spectacular coastline and wildlife. Whether you take a few days or several weeks, you won’t regret taking some time out to explore Wales by foot.
8. Llangollen – Wales’ most picturesque canal town is filled with plenty of activities to keep you busy. From exploring the narrowboats and visiting the beautiful nearby countryside, there’s something for everyone in this charming riverside village.
9. Swansea – Wales’ second-largest city is a great place to experience Wales’ thriving music and arts scenes. Whether you spend the day in one of its many museums or take part in a traditional Welsh pub crawl, Swansea offers something for everyone.
10. Machynlleth – Wales’ oldest surviving town is the perfect place to experience authentic Welsh culture and traditions. From its bustling weekly (every Wednesday) market to its unique local cuisine, this charming town is sure to provide you with an unforgettable Welsh experience.
No matter what kind of holiday you’re looking for, Wales has something for everyone. With its stunning scenery and rich culture, Wales is the perfect destination for your 2023 trip. So start planning now and get ready to explore all Wales has to offer!
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Founded back in 2013, Cambria Tours has helped 1000’s of people enjoy tours of this beautiful part of Wales we call home! Wales is truly unique to the rest of the United Kingdom and we’d love for your to experience it with us.
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