Coast & Country: award-winning beaches & mountain waterfalls
A tale of two cities: an insiderâ€™s guide to Swansea & Cardiff
Chris Packham: celebrating the natural wonder of Wales
Adventure playground: mountain biking in Wales
Matthew Rhys: celebrating the life of Dylan Thomas
Plus travel and holiday information â€“â€“
Rhossili, Gower Peninsula
Dylan Thomasâ€™s Writing Shed, The Boathouse, Laugharne
Opposite page, top to bottom
Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire
Mission Gallery, Swansea
Conwy Castle, Conwy
For a tiny piece of the planet, there is rather a lot to see and do in Wales.
We like to keep ourselves entertained, with festivals, anniversary celebrations and
sporting events. You can see this reflected in the natural enthusiasm of the people
of Wales. We use the country as our playground. It provides us with wonderful food
and inspires us to create great works of art and literature.
Wales is a modern, diverse country with a great heritage for everyone to enjoy;
and we look forward to sharing all these memorable experiences with you.
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