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Wales

What you need to know about Wales

Magnificent natural landscapes, contemporary culture, friendly locals and a host of activities that’ll keep partners, families, groups and your four-legged friends busy for days, making a trip to Wales a holiday to remember.

 

When it comes to adventure, Wales has you covered, from Mount Snowdon, one of the most visited peaks in the British Isles, to kayaking off Ramsey Islands.

 

If you’re looking for something a little more laid back, then you can make the most of the award wining pubs, scenic drives and a full calendar of celebrations from the arts to sports, music to culture, which will never leave you short of something to do.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wales

Where should I visit on my holiday to Wales?

With so many beautiful places to see and things to do to keep the whole family busy, there is something for everyone on a trip to Wales. Keep an eye out for our blog on ‘A Guide to Visiting Wales’ coming soon.

Where can I go running in Wales?

With so much stunning landscape, Wales is a great place to lace up your trainers and hit the trails. Read our blog on beautiful trail running routes in Wales.

Nearby Campers in Wales

Find a campervan local to Wales and start your adventure from there.

Wales weather forecast

Forecast

Tue 15 Jun

19.1°C

Tue 15 Jun

Partly cloudy

Wed 16 Jun

20.9°C

Wed 16 Jun

Partly cloudy

Thu 17 Jun

17.9°C

Thu 17 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Fri 18 Jun

16.9°C

Fri 18 Jun

Partly cloudy

Sat 19 Jun

15°C

Sat 19 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Sun 20 Jun

12.7°C

Sun 20 Jun

Moderate rain

Mon 21 Jun

18.3°C

Mon 21 Jun

Cloudy

Travel Essentials

Make sure you have everything you need before you set off.

Camping Accessories
Local Attractions From Tiqets
Passenger Clothing