The town of Tenby in Wales

I came to Wales on a short break away and loved it so much I ended up staying longer. With miles upon miles of trekking trails to explore, natural beauty in the form of caves and valleys, and being spoilt for choice when it comes to activities, there is something for everyone. Wales is a country that is fiercely proud of its heritage and culture, with signs in both Welsh and English, and the Welsh Dragon displayed at any opportunity.

With six cities, three national parks and beautiful coastlines, I would recommend any serious adventurer to visit wales. The national parks alone take up over 20% of the country’s landmass and contain five areas of national beauty. These include Anglesey, Clwydian Range & Dee Valley, Gower and Llŷn.

Every visitor should try Welsh cakes, as well as find Joe’s Ice Cream (a spot the locals are very proud of and when it was suggested to me had them all nodding in agreement) I always believe that eating locally is best, and with Welsh lamb being known as some of the best in the world, you certainly won’t regret it. I’ll keep updating this page as I return to Wales and take part in new activities.

National Parks

Brecon Beacons