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Top 10 Recommended Places To Visit in Wales

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Cardiff, Cardiff

Wales's capital and its most popular visitor destination. Home to the National Museum, a neo-Gothic castle and the Wales Millennium Centre.

Gwynedd

Stunning area in North Wales covering Snowdonia National Park and the Lleyn Peninsula AONB. Home to UNESCO World Heritage castles and gorgeous mountains.

Powys

An exceptionally beautiful area often overlooked as people head off to the more obvious holiday spots within Wales.

Snowdonia National Park

One of the UK's finest National Parks. Compact, rugged, stunning. It's relatively easy to access its summits and there's lots to do when the rain sets in.

Brecon Beacons National Park

Four mountain ranges within one National Park and training ground for the British Army's SAS. Pen y Fan is a Wales must.

Marloes Sands, Pembrokeshire National Park

'Britain's only truly coastal National Park'. High cliffs and sandy beaches stretch for miles along the coastline.

Rhossili Beach, Gower Peninsula AONB

A peninsula on the south coast of Wales by Swansea. Home to one of the finest views in the UK at Rhossili Beach and Bay.

Anglesey AONB

Across the water from Snowdonia National Park with exceptional views across to the mainland.

Lleyn AONB

A finger of land jutting out from the north west of Wales with great beaches. Abersoch is said to be the Welsh equivalent of Rock and Padstow down in Cornwall. We've been and understand why!

Wye Valley AONB

Tintern Abbey country!