Wales holiday cottages
Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea to the west and England to the east, Wales (or Cymru in Welsh) boasts nearly 1200 km of coastline as well as some impressive mountainous terrain.
Yr Wyddfa (Snowden) is its highest peak and one of its key tourist attractions alongside the national parks of Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire Coast.
Keen nature lovers exploring the waters of its south west coast can spot basking sharks, leatherback turtles, grey seals, dolphins and porpoises. And with 45 Blue Flag beaches, there are simply miles and miles of stunning, clean and safe beaches to discover.
Rightly proud of its cultural identity and bilingual status, Wales, the ‘land of song,’ is renowned for the eisteddfod - its festivals of music, literature and performance. And also its national rugby union team!
There’s plenty to do in Wales, come rain or shine - whether you fancy an adrenalin packed weekend break or a more relaxed week away.