North Wales has many family attractions from zoos and farm parks to steam trains and leisure centers and events from cultural festivals and agricultural shows to family fun days. The area also offers a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, fishing, golf and water sports to name but a few.
There are a wide variety of places to stay in Wales, featuring holiday accommodation in hotels, country houses, B&B's, guesthouses, farmhouses, self-catering cottages, bunkhouses and caravan and camping parks.
North Wales golf delights such as Conwy and Nefyn & District, among many others are as challenging as any course in the UK.
Cardiff is one of Europe's youngest capitals, with a progressive and confident personality to match. A century ago, it was the busiest coal port in the world; today those very docks have been transformed into a dazzling waterfront complex of restaurants and visitor attractions.
Highlights of any visit to the city include Cardiff Castle, conveniently situated in the city center, the national museum and Gallery of Wales, which is home to the largest collection of impressionist art outside of Paris and the Millennium stadium, home to the Welch Rugby team and another impressive aspect of the city skyline.
South Wales golf delights include Cardiff, Newport, Pyle & Kenfig and Royal Porthcawl among many others.