The Welsh spirit is the country’s defining feature. Today the spirit of Wales is stronger than ever.

Welsh arts, film and, above all, rock music have taken the world stage by storm and killed off the old stereotypes. The new Wales is a vibrant place where history is alive and Welsh culture finds new forms of expression. The male voice choirs may still keep a welcome in the valleys, but an alternative culture flourishes in urban hubs, like Cardiff with gourmet kitchens and hip hotels. Wales remains a superb outdoors location great for hiking or mountain biking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its stunning scenery and coastal trail, or lose yourself in the pounding surf, sweeping beaches and limestone cliffs of the Gower Peninsula. You can tour villages with tongue-twisting names before settling down in a cosy pub with a pint of local ale in Brecon Beacons, or join the adrenaline junkies in a quest for the ultimate adventure in Llandudno – Welsh style. Wales is a place that becomes an obsession, beckoning back its visitors year after year with its friendly locals, fine food, remarkable landscapes, white-knuckle adventures and admirably green credentials. You won’t be disappointed!

Discover Wales, here are a selection of great reasons to visit.

Wales is a country worth exploring whether you're a fun seeking family, a chilled out couple, or anything in-between, there are plenty of things to do in Wales, come rain or shine. Choose from a slow paced day seeing castles, museums and tasting wonderful local produce, or get lively with some outdoor activities or even a music festival or sporting event.

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