Wales Places of Interest

Twr Mawr lighthouse on Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, North Wales. Credit: Adam Burton/Alamy

For a small country, Wales is rich in beauty and in stories. From the proliferation of castles to its myth-filled mountains, from its patron saint,...

St Davids, Wales

This St David’s Day we follow in the footsteps of the 6th century bishop who became Wales’s patron saint and visit the beautiful and historic sites connected to his story...

Bishop’s Palace, Wales, St Davids

Discover some fascinating facts about St David, Wales’ patron saint.

Snowdon, Wales, welsh wonders

A land of mystery, delight and a rich Celtic heritage, we explore Wales’s most wonderful spots from stunning natural beauty to important historical sites 1 Snowdon, Snowdonia National...

As the nation gears up for a year of celebrations to mark the enduring influence of Britain’s greatest writer, we’ve gathered together some the places to celebrate Shakespeare.

When venturing into the subterranean world excavated by Victorian and Roman gold miners, it will soon become apparent that today all that glitters isn’t...

Journey into the depths of Llechwedd Slate Cavern in Blaenau Ffestiniog to discover the hardships of mining life, and the magical appeal of an...

For those that enjoy the treat of an afternoon tea, silver cake stands piled high with pastries, freshly-baked cakes and dainty finger sandwiches, there...

Angharad Moran See how trade and travel brought Conwy to life and discover how a husband and wife kept Thomas Telford’s bridge open every day...

Angharad MoranThis is the only medieval merchant’s house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history of the walled town over nearly six centuries....