With so much to offer, Wales gives its tourists a well-rounded experience with beautiful coasts, magnificent mountains and rolling, green fields. ThereÕs never a boring moment in the country. One can go scuba diving, bird watching, indulge in water sports and take a tour of the remarkable "Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty" or enjoy some wonderful meat dishes and drink exquisite whisky by a roaring fire in of the delightful pubs in Cardiff or Swansea.
North Wales: majorly a rural area with some of the highest mountains of the United Kingdom; offers great staying options near the coast. South Wales: Eastern-half houses most of the population whereas the western-half is mostly coastal and hence, scenic; most urbanised and populated part of Wales. Mid Wales: offers delightful natural beauty with a magnificent coastline near the Irish Sea and wide river valleys as well as huge mountains and moorlands; population is sparse.
Summer (June-August) is the best time to visit Wales
>Weather is warm and pleasant > Events and Festivals are happening everywhere >Flowers are blooming; rare species of butterflies and birds can be spotted > Outdoor activities like horse riding, trekking, hiking can be opted for
>Beautiful, spectacular views >Lots of beaches; best coastal experience >Outdoor activities in abundance >Best sheep meat >Very unique cultural festivals
>Largely conservative; Welsh people are not known to be friendly >Expensive and remote >Language barriers
For more experienced, off-beat travelers who are willing to explore distinct, remote parts of the UK.
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