Wales Market Areas Tourist Information

  • Cardiff

    Cardiff has a population of 328,000 and attracts more than 11 million visitors a year The Frommer's Guide ranks Cardiff as one of the 13 must see global destinations for 2008. Cardiff was recently described as the "epitome of cool" by renowned travel guide, Lonely Planet. Cardiff University is now ranked as a top 100 world University ... Click for more

  • Carmarthenshire - The Garden of Wales

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  • Ceredigion

    Ceredigion has some of the whitest sandy beaches and clean, clear, turquoise sea in the UK, particularly the coast from Aberporth to New Quay. This is largely due to the fact that the Cardigan Bay coast has little or no discharge from industrial plants. This has resulted in the Ceredigion coast being the only permanent summer home for bottle nosed dolphins in the UK ... Click for more

  • Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl and Prestatyn

    Llandudno located in the centre of the North Wales coast is by repute "The Queen of Wales seaside resorts". Llandudno has retained its Victorian charm and genteel ambience whilst most of its competitors have gone the way of modernised commercialism. In 1848 Lord Mostyn decided to develop the marshy land behind Llandudno Bay as a seaside holiday resort to cater for the increased demand created by paid holidays for workers. Since then Mostyn Estates have been pivotal in the managment and conservation of Llandudno as a holiday destination. ... Click for more

  • Mid Wales and The Brecon Beacons

    The Brecon Beacons is one of the most stunning parts of Wales. In such a relatively small area there is so much diversity of scenery, open countryside gives way to valleys, rivers, caves, forests and waterfalls. ... Click for more

  • Pembrokeshire

    The Welsh county Pembrokeshire is a maritime, it is bordered by the sea on 3 sides, to the north east and by Carmarthenshire and by Ceredigion to the east. Its economy relies heavily on tourism, but agriculture is still important. ... Click for more

  • Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

    The area covered by Snowdonia Mountains and Coast is no surprisingly dominated by the Snowdonia National Park. However, it also includes the stunning Cambrian Coast. Snowdonia National Park (Welsh: Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri) was established in 1951 as the third National Park in England and Wales. It covers 827 square miles (2,140 km2), and has 37 miles (60 km) of coastline. ... Click for more

  • South Wales Valleys

    The South Wales Valleys are known throughout the world for their heritage, culture, and a warm welcome for visitors. This special region of Wales has many qualities not found elsewhere; their unanticipated beauty, country parks & forests, the fascinating attractions, scenic foot-paths and cycle trails not forgetting the largest castle in Wales. ... Click for more

  • Swansea Bay - The Gower Peninsula, Mumbles

    Swansea bay is a 5 mile stretch of beach starting from Swansea Marina and ending just before Mumbles. The beach is popular with walkers in the winter months and water sports enthusiasts (usually wind and land sailing) all year round. During the summer months, the beach is very popular with locals who use the beach to sunbathe and to swim in the sea. ... Click for more

  • The Glamorgan Heritage Coast and Countryside

    The Glamorgan Heritage Coast with their awe-inspiring views and dramatic rugged cliffs, secluded coves give way to a dramatic change of scenery that welcomes you to the wind blown sanddunes of Merthyr Mawr. Then it is onward to Porthcawl and its Blue flag beach at Trecco and Rest Bay on the South Wales Golden Coast. ... Click for more

  • The Isle of Anglesey

    The Island of Anglesey offers a lot for the holiday visitor. Whatever you wish from a holiday destination you are likely to find it on Anglesey. The Island was certified as an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" in 1967 in acknowledgment of its importance to the country. Anglesey will enable you to unwind and forget all your stresses. ... Click for more

  • The North Wales Borderlands

    North Wales Borderlands includes the undulating hills of the Clwydian range, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and long sandy beaches, so there is ample opportunity to enjoy the variety of countryside. ... Click for more

  • Wye Valley and Vale of Usk

    It is no surprise that the Wye Valley is designated an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty." ... Click for more

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