Wales

Discover unique highlights in Wales through The Wales Way

Wales Highlights

The Wales Way

Are you looking for a unique destination that offers many culinary and cultural highlights? Do you like fantastic landscapes and untouched nature? And would you prefer to experience this at your own pace? Look no further and discover surprising Wales!

Surprising destination

You may already know Wales as a culinary destination, but did you know that the country also has several castles and a coastline of up to 1200 km? In addition, in Wales you can enjoy unparalleled natural beauty, botanical gardens, reserves and historic attractions.

A trip to Wales is so surprisingly versatile. And with KLM you can fly directly to Cardiff in Wales in less than 1.5 hours. More information can be found on the KLM website .

The wales way
Highlights in Wales

Go on a road trip

If you love nature, culture and road trips, Wales has come to the right place. From the capital Cardiff you can choose 3 different routes, each with a specific theme. The Coastal Way along the rugged west coast, The Cambrian Way through the green countryside and The North Wales Way along impressive castles. Something for everyone!

There is a wide range of activities for active travelers as well as for connoisseurs and Burgundians. For example, you can explore the landscape on foot or by bike, but you can also opt for a luxurious golf trip, an adventurous road trip or an organized tour. Visit this website for inspiration.

The Wales Way

Thanks to The Wales Way you can choose one of the above, mapped out routes that will take you from one surprise to the next. Each route has its own focus and range of highlights.

For example, via The Coastal Way (290 km) you will pass the impressive Harlech Castle, spot dolphins in Cardigan Bay, discover enchanting Pembrokeshire and meet puffins in various nature reserves. You drive past cozy fishing villages where you can eat delicious.

The Cambrian Way (300 km) takes you past highlights such as beautiful castles, The Cambrian Mountains and various national parks including Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Park with the largest lake in Wales, Bala Lake. A bucket list item for nature lovers.

Finally, adventurers opt for The North Wales Way (120 km) to explore unspoilt countryside and enjoy outdoor activities such as ziplining, mountain biking and various water sports. The most beautiful pieces of nature can be found on the Llŷn peninsula and the popular holiday resort of Anglesey with beautiful sandy beaches and a clear blue sea. Along the way you will come across several castles.

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Kinging It - Coastal Way

Similarities between the routes

Can’t choose between all these highlights? Don’t worry, there are also some circular routes. So feel free to create your own route along your favorite highlights.

And while each route has its own highlights, there are also similarities. Each route features culinary stops where you can enjoy local dishes such as fish and chips and various cheeses, as well as visit breweries and distilleries.

Each route also has a range of heritage waiting to be discovered. In addition, each route guarantees beautiful viewpoints that make you forget everyday life for a while.

Are you going to Wales?

Wales is without a doubt a versatile destination of unparalleled natural beauty. The untouched, raw nature and the unexpected versatility of the landscape take you on a surprising journey far away from everyday worries. Take the car from the capital and you will end up in a completely different setting of mountains, green lowlands and beaches.

Do you want to know more about this unique destination? Check out the website of www.discoverwales.nl

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