Places to visit in Wales

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Rhossili Bay Beach
Beaches

Rhossili Bay Beach

Rhossili Bay has 3 miles of gorgeous sand and coastline. Perfect for walkers, watersports and wonderful views!

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Plantasia
Attractions

Plantasia

Go on an amazing adventure through a tropical rainforest.Get up close & personal with the animals and discover a variety of rare and exotic plants in this interactive, fully immersive tropical indoor experience for all the family. Discover the different levels of a rainforest; from the dark undergrowth to the breath-taking canopy, there’s so much to squeeze in!

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The LC Swansea
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The LC Swansea

The LC Swansea home to Wales’ biggest indoor Waterpark, Swansea's most state-of-the-art gym and now TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice award winner. The LC also features a legendary indoor surf machine, the Boardrider, a four storey interactive play area, a 30ft indoor climbing wall and a multi-purpose sports and exhibition hall - you can have an epic adventure all under one roof.

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Wales Coast Path
Walks & Cycle Routes

Wales Coast Path

Wales is the first country in the work dto have a dedicated footpath that hugs the entire coastline - all 870 miles of glorious diversity!

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Penllergare Valley Woods
Attractions

Penllergare Valley Woods

A 'forgotten' Victorian paradise with lakes, waterfalls, terraces, panoramic views and exotic trees is being brought back to life by Penllergare Trust

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Weobley Castle
Attractions

Weobley Castle

Your abiding memory of Weobley will be its dramatic location on the windswept coast of the Gower peninsula – overlooking marshes and mudflats with the wild Llwchwr estuary beyond.

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Worm's Head
Beaches

Worm's Head

Historically named 'Wurm' meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders, the promontory, Worm's Head, is shaped like a giant sea-serpent and marks the most westerly tip of Gower. The island is joined to the mainland by a rocky causeway and features an large flat-topped 'Inner Head', towards a natural rock bridge called 'Devil's Bridge', a 'Low Neck' leading further out to the 'Outer Head'. The headland is one mile long and the highest point is approximately 150 feet.

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Mumbles Pier
Attractions

Mumbles Pier

The Mumbles Pier has been part of Swansea since 1898, a family run business the Pier is one of very few privately owned Piers left in the UK.

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Swansea Bay
Attractions

Swansea Bay

The perfect location for a legendary adventure. From family holidays and romantic weekend getaways to walking and adrenaline packed experiences

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FarmCo Farm Shop
Food & Drink

FarmCo Farm Shop

A collective of farmers and food-makers in South Wales, passionate about delivering high quality and regenerative local produce. We have come up with an efficient way to get local and high-welfare food to the community without large overheads, shop rents and a fleet of vans. By delivering to collection points in your community, we can make sure you have the freshest local produce straight from Farm to Fork.

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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

This unique farm park is siutated overlooking the Teifi estuary and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and located on a picturesque headland of Cardigan Bay. Meet and feed the friendly farm animals, enjoy the fenced clifftop walk where you can watch seals in the wild or spot some beautiful dolphin visitors. Have a browse in the gift shop or a bite to eat in the cafe and then let the kids run wild at the indoor and outdoor play areas.

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Cardigan Bay Active
Attractions

Cardigan Bay Active

Cardigan Bay Active offers a wide range of activities for all abilities including; coasteering, white water rafting, canoeing, climbing, gorge walking, white water kayaking, raft building, bushcraft, paddle boarding, surfing and much more.

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New Quay Boat Trips
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New Quay Boat Trips

The dolphin spotting boat trips offer a fun, educational experience for all ages. The boats sail exclusively within the the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation, home to hundreds of bottlenose dolphins. Choose from three durations of trip, 1hr, 1.5hr or 2 hour or you hire a private charter.

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New Quay Honey Farm
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New Quay Honey Farm

Enjoy a fascinating and informative visit to Wales largest working honey farm. This all weather attraction has something for everyone including; World of the Honey Bee Exhibition, Meadery with exhibition, Tropical Ant Colony, Shop selling honey products and mead, Tearoom and Picnic area.

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Cardigan Castle
Attractions

Cardigan Castle

Enjoy the splendid Georgian mansion, beautiful gardens and award winning story-telling interpretation where you can unlock the story of the Castle. Treat yourself to a delicious meal at the Cegin 1176 Kitchen with locally sourced produce and stunning views. Don't miss out on the amazing new, family friendly Escape Room game at Cardigan Castle!

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Fisherman's Rest
Food & Drink

Fisherman's Rest

Take in the beautiful scenery from the deckings of Fisherman's Rest, that overlook the River Teifi. You can enjoy a variety of speciality coffee, light bites, fish dishes, local meats, and vegetarian dishes with with a fresh Fish Mongers on site.

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The Teifi Waterside
Food & Drink

The Teifi Waterside

Bar, restaurant & carvery serving seasonal fresh ingredients from local farmers markets and fishermen with fantastic sea views.

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The Ferry Inn
Food & Drink

The Ferry Inn

Riverside Pub & Restaurant in the stunning, coastal village of St. Dogmaels overlooking the River Teifi. The Ferry Inn offers gastropub food with a relaxed atmosphere and multiple restaurant dining areas and outside terrace.

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Oakwood Theme Park
Attractions

Oakwood Theme Park

Wales' Biggest Theme Park - Oakwood Theme Park is based in the heart of Pembrokeshire boasting fun for all of the family to enjoy with toddler friendly rides, fast thrills and spills, food and drink and regular exciting events.

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Wales Coastal Path
Walks & Cycle Routes

Wales Coastal Path

The Wales Coast Path is a unique long distance footpath (870 miles) which covers the entire Wales coastline. With jaw-dropping views, thousands of years of history and an abundance of wildlife, the Wales Coast Path is one not to be missed.

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Poppit Sands Beach
Beaches

Poppit Sands Beach

Backed with sand dunes, at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary, Poppit Sands Beach is a Blue Flag bathing beach making it the perfect location for your Wales holiday.

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