Wales is a diverse country, with varying landscapes, stunning natural beauty and breath taking views. But if you thinking about visiting this majestic land, it can be a little confusing where to start. It all depends on the type of activity you have in mind.
If you are the adventurous type you should definitely tackle the county’s biggest mountain, tucked away within its own nature reserve. The setting for the great mountain of Snowdon means you will be astonished by the overwhelming views and the array of wildlife that calls this amazing area home. Once you have recovered from the great climb, why not try coasteering or bog snorkelling, both of which involve water but the former tends to include jumping from cliffs whilst enjoying the country’s coast line and the latter is more about inland water masses and the inspection of local underwater wildlife.
If you are more of the low octane type of tourist there is a multitude of castles and museums to visit. The rich culture of the country is a joy for holiday makers of all ages as you wonder through a land steeped in ancient history.
Make sure you do your research before you go because you will want to squeeze all the fun you can out of your time in Wales. A visit to www.wales-cottages.info can help you with your choice of accommodation. The type of holiday you have is very much dependent on the type of accommodation you go for. Wales welcomes all types of campers within its sprawling green countryside, but also offers an array of comfortable welcoming bed and breakfasts and hotels for those of you who want to visit the bustling cities and towns.