Wales Travel Ideas - Wales for Visitors
Britain's Smallest Town - What is the Smallest Town in Britain?
Llanwrtydd Wells is the smallest town in Britain. Find out about the smallest town in Britain
London to Cardiff by Train, Bus and Car
Details of how to get from London to Cardiff by various forms of transportation. Use these information resources to plan your journey.
Snowdonia at a Glance - A Quick Guide to Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia Guide. A quick guide to Snowdonia National Park in North Wales to help you plan a visit to a Welsh language speaking area with the oldest rocks on earth.
Visiting the Castles of Wales
There are 427 Welsh Castles. They range from primitive earthwork castles and stone keeps to the Castles of the Welsh Princes. Those King Edward I built to subdue the Welsh seem to be everywhere. No visit to Wales would be complete without a visit to one or two castles. Find out about some of the best Welsh Castles and how to visit them
On the Art Trail in Pembrokeshire, Wales
In Pembrokeshire, Wales, we found Welsh creativity bursting out. Visit two Pembrokeshire artists in their studios and find out how to shop for fine art in Wales.
Wales Hotel Review: St Brides Spa Hotel in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire
Read a professional review of St Brides Spa Hotel in Saundersfoot, on the southwest coast of Pembrokeshire
Review of Llys Meddyg - Pembrokeshire Restaurant with Rooms
Read a professional review of Llys Meddyg a boutique hotel and gourmet restaurant near the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path in Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Pembrokeshire Fish Week
Pembrokeshire Fish Week is a family festival in South Wales highlighting fishing, fish eating, fish cookery, coastal walks and more.
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition. Twenty five of the world's best classical singers compete for the top title.
RHS Cardiff Flower Show
The Royal Horticultural Society's April Flower Show in Cardiff is the start of the English gardening show season.
The National Eisteddfod of Wales - Singing and Poetry Competition
This annual Welsh festival of music and poetry has roots in Bardic gatherings that date back to 1176. The Gorsedd of Bards ceremonies honor the finest free verse poets. This is an opportunity to participate in the Welsh language revival and to hear this strange and beautiful language spoken.
St Davids Online - St Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, holiday cottag
The presence of a Cathedral, built on the site of St. David's 6th century Monastery, qualifies St.David's, in Pembrokeshire, Wales, as a city. But it may be the tiniest and loveliest city you've ever seen. A favourite location of artists, travellers and pilgrims you can now visit St Davids online.
Great British Cheese Festival - Sample Great British Cheeses in Wales
The Great British Cheese Festival on the grounds of Cardiff Castle, is a celebration of British Cheese, real ales, ciders and perry.
Xuberance Weekend - Event No Longer Active
A weekend of extreme sports, break dancing and cool music in North Wales - not held since 2008 cancellation
Worlds Fastest Zipline Opens in Wales
This real adventure is more than a thrill ride. Travel a mile on one of Europe's longest - and the world's fastest - zipline, a once in a lifetime experience in North Wales.
Brecon Beacon's National Park in Mid-Wales
The Brecon Beacons National Park is a place steeped in history, magnificent in its natural beauty and with so many things to see and do, you'll never be bored. In 2007, the park,in Mid-Wales, celebrates it's 50th anniversary.
Cwm Deri - This Welsh Vineyard is a Surprising Family Attraction in South Wales
Cwm Deri, near Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales, is an unusual family attraction.
Castell Henllys - A Great Family Outing in Wales
Iron Age for in Pembrokeshire is an accurate archaeological reconstruction and a great family day out.
10 Odd Attractions in Wales
Wales is beautiful but it's also weird and wonderful. Here are some of the oddities you might encounter on your visit.