Monthly Archives: February 2014
Go Ape: UK’s Finest Tree Top Adventure Searching for some outdoor adventure in Wales? Try the Go Ape courses at Coed-y-Brenin and Margam Country Park. They enjoy some of the best scenery in Wales and are must-visit spots. One of the courses is located in Snowdonia while the other is set in the gorgeous Swansea […]
The Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre: Llandudno’s Best Tourist Spot Looking for some action-packed adventure in Llandudno? Try The Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre. Home to Britain’s longest toboggan and a scenic ski slope, it offers unforgettable experiences for every age. You can ski, snowboard, ride a toboggan, and even go sno-tubing.
Enjoy Adrenaline-Filled Experiences with Anglesey Ribrides Ever dreamed of a fun-filled adventure on water? That’s what Anglesey Ribrides offer. You can enjoy one-hour long or daylong boat trips by yourself or with your loved ones. Knowledge of boats is not necessary as capable drivers are on hand to guide you every step of the way. […]
Fun and cheap February half term activities in Wales, 2014 ‘I’m bored’ – the two little words no parent wants to hear, especially during a half term holiday. One way you can guarantee the dreaded ‘b’ word won’t cross your kids’ lips this half term is by visiting us in Wales. This February, Wales has got a jam-packed schedule that will help keep you and […]
Llandwyn Island – Home to the Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers. At the far end of North Wales is a tiny Island which was once home to the Welsh patron Saint of lovers – St Dwynwen. The legend of St Dwynwen dates back to the 5th Century. There are many interpretations of this ancient love […]
Rough Guides Readers Vote Wales Best Country in the World to Visit In 2014 Readers of travel guidebook Rough Guides placed Wales as one of the best countries to visit in 2014. They were drawn by its medieval castles, breathtaking mountain ranges, rugged coastline, and picturesque valleys. Rough Guide readers also named Malaysia, Chile, Pakistan, […]