You can explore more than 800 plus miles of coastal path. You can climb or take the train 1,085 metres to the summit of Snowdon and gaze towards Ireland. You may want to explore the gentler countryside of the Wye Valley and the Cistercian abbey at Tintern. It may be that Tenby in Pembrokeshire will give you a flavour of the traditional British ‘bucket and spade’ holiday.
We have many and varied islands, from Anglesey, first married home of Prince William and Kate, to Skomer off Pembrokeshire, home to puffins, seals and a vast array of wildlife. The coast and countryside of Wales is mesmerising and protected as areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National Parks.
Let us guide a bespoke path with you, step by step.