Wales is the land of nature, history and legends. With a cultural heritage that goes back thousands of years in history. This is the land of castles, rolling green hills and rugged mountains. With hundreds of kilometres of coastline, where long golden beaches are interspersed with towering cliffs and enchantingly beautiful views that take your breath away. A country to be discovered from our holiday homes in South Wales.
South Wales has an impressive landscape. You can explore this beautiful area from your holiday home! A beautiful coastline, hills, mountain peaks, lakes, forests and valleys. The Wye Valley, a rolling area with waterfalls, vineyards, picturesque roads, villages and castles, is beautiful and romantic.
There are 2 national parks in South Wales. In the vast, mountainous Brecon Beacons National Park you can go hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoeing, sailing and windsurfing. And then there's the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain's only Coastal National Park. Enjoy beautiful cliffs, bays and beaches over 300 kilometres of coastline in this beautiful walking area. If you look closely from the side, you'll see seals! And did you know that more than 100 dolphins live permanently in the sea at Cardigan Bay? You can also see whales here! Tenby is a popular coastal town in this national park. The town is beautifully situated on the coast, has a picturesque historic centre and of course numerous cosy restaurants, pubs and shops. In short, both national parks are recommended to explore from your holiday home in South Wales.
Some of the most important places to visit in South Wales are The Vale of Neath, The Brecon Beacons National Park, and Glamorgan Heritage Coast,
Some of the must-try activities in South Wales are-
Travelers from the UK can reach South Wales by train, bus, and car.
Some of the recommended dishes in South Wales are Glamorgan sausage, lamb cawl, conwy mussels, Sewin and samphire, salt marsh lamb.
The months from March to May are the best to visit South Wales.