Tourist Information Wales
Hopefully you have arrived at our website because you are planning a holiday in Wales. What a good choice! In order to make the most of your visit it is important that you select the place to stay that is perfect for you. This site makes choosing your accommodation very easy.
You will then need to know what activities you want to have a go at, what attractions to visit, where to eat, where to shop and what events are going on during your stay. The more you plan now the more you can relax Wales and enjoy your visit. The Wales Tourist Information website has its content added directly by the tourist businesses and community groups. It is therefore a growing resource of good ideas of how to spend your holiday time in Wales.
Featured Feature Pages
- Family Fun in North Wales: Whether you want to ride the rapids or laze in the lagoon at the Rhyl Sun Centre, or go wild at the Welsh Mountain Zoo with the Penguin Parade and the Chimp Encounter, the Ten Top Attractions North Wales has so much to offer the whole family! Butterflies, Birds and minibeasts will delight at Pili Palas but Forest Fun and Adventure is the order of the day at GreenWood Forest Park.
- Llyn Beaches: Pen Llyn is surrounded by beaches! Everyone has their favourite for: . Walking. Bird watching. Dog Walking. Peace or solitude. Sport. Picnics. Sun bathing You will find yours - here are some for you to explore and enjoy:
- Mountain Biking in the Gwydyr Forest: Gwydyr Forest is right on the doorstep of Betws-y- Coed, the undisputed outdoor capital of North Wales. Situated in the heart of the breathtaking scenery of the Snowdonia national park yet less than an hour from English motorways.
- Brecon Beacons National Park: The Brecon Beacons National Park was established in 1957, under the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act of 1949. It was the tenth area in England and Wales to be given such status.