If there were awards for ‘unique’ places to visit in Wales, then the village of Portmeirion would surely be in the running for a prize. Portmeirion is located in the county of Gwynedd in North West Wales, a county which is known for its large Welsh speaking population. The village was developed as a hotel […]

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Wakestock Festival

For those not up on Welsh festivals, Wakestock provides visitors with a lively weekend full of wakeboarding competitions, live music and DJ sets from over 70 acts representing some of the best urban, acoustic/folk, and pop music around. In 2012 the line-up features Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran, Katy B, Rizzle Kicks, and Doctor P. The […]

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There are countless attractions in Wales.  Here are some of our favourite suggestions for things to do in Wales.  Let us know about your favourites and we will get them added to the site. Bog Snorkelling Cardiff Nightlife Climbing Snowdon Coasteering Hay-on-Wye Millennium Stadium, Cardiff National Museums Wales Portmeirion Wakestock Festival Welsh Castles

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