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If you’re looking for an adventure off the beaten path, then Wales is the place to go. As a travel destination, Wales offers a veritable Smorgasbord of experiences to those who want a bit of everything.

There is a lot of natural beauty packed into a relatively small space, with 20% of the country designated as National Park. Climb or hike your way around the Snowdonia National Park, the Brecon Beacons, and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Being surrounded by sea on three sides, Wales is also home to its fair share of beautiful white sand beaches and rugged cliffs. It’s a great place for watersports like surfing, coasteering, and stand-up paddleboarding.

Wales can be easily perceived as an outdoor destination only, but travellers will be surprised and delighted with the cultural and historical experiences on offer. Pop into the cultural hub of Cardiff and visit the castle and a museum or two. A day could easily be spent shopping or relaxing at one of the many pubs and restaurants that line the marina. Wales has become almost synonymous with ancient Celtic tradition with various ruins and tombs to see, but there are rawer and more recent historical immersions worth a visit too. The many castles and fortifications that dot the countryside tell the tale of the wars that were held on these soils. Caerphilly and Conwy castles are perfect examples, both built to protect the land from invaders. For those interested, there are various mining-related attractions educating visitors on the industrial past of the country.

There are also some great places in Wales to completely unwind. Immerse yourself in greenery at the Bodnant Gardens, or escape to the unique hotel resort at Portmeirion, designed to resemble an Italian coastal fishing village.

Connected to the mainland via one of the first suspension bridges in the world, the Isle of Anglesey is the ultimate get away from it all destination. This small island just off the north-west coast of Wales is great for bird watching, coastal walks, and geological explorations.

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