North WalesMid WalesCeredigionSouth West WalesSwanseaSouthern WalesCardiff

Cardiff

Cardiff

Wales' capital is home to impressive Victorian buildings and a historic castle. It boasts an energetic bayside and is the mecca of Welsh sport and entertainment life: ever-changing and full of energy.

North Wales

North Wales

North Wales encompasses some of the country’s most stunning scenery and is home to the largest mountain in Wales and England —Mount Snowdon. If you love the great outdoors, you’ll be in paradise.

Ceredigion

Ceredigion

Nestled on the coast, between North, Mid and Southwest Wales, Ceredigion is a walker and wildlife lover’s dream destination. Bottlenose Dolphins find refuge in Cardigan Bay. Coastal walks offer travelers picture-perfect sunsets.

Southern Wales

Southern Wales

Southern Wales is home to two thirds of Wales’ population. The capital of Wales, Cardiff is here, along with the rolling hills and valleys familiar to movie-goers as the backdrop of the classic film, “How Green Was My Valley.”

Mid Wales

Mid Wales

Mid Wales offers the opportunity to go “off-road” and along country roads through charming market towns. Warm, welcoming pubs and chef-owned restaurants serve up traditional Welsh dishes with locally-sourced ingredients.

South West Wales

South West Wales

Southwest Wales includes some of the country’s most stunning coastline, from the Gower Peninsula to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Walk, swim, surf or simply enjoy the view!

Swansea

Swansea

Swansea is known around the world as the home of Dylan Thomas and Catherine Zeta Jones. It’s a stone’s throw from the Gower Peninsula and famous Mumbles, Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.