A country full of scenic beauty, history and unique culture
As a country, Wales is small in size, no bigger than the state of Massachusetts in the USA.
International visitors are impressed with our scenic beauty, history and unique culture.
They often rate their visit to Wales amongst one of the best highlights of their visit to Europe!’
When you come to Wales for the first time, you will be blown away by its beauty with some of the best scenery from rugged coastlines to beautiful rolling hills and glacial valleys and mountains.
National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
We have three National Parks – one in North with the spectacular Snowdonia which boasts the highest mountain in Wales. In the south of the country you’ll discover the Brecon Beacons, which covers 519 square miles and in complete contrast the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park features stunning coastline, bays and beaches.
We also have a further five ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ (AONB) with the Gower Peninsula, the Isle of Anglesey, the Llŷn Peninsula, the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley, and the Wye Valley.
A visit to Wales will uncover a unique culture with one of the oldest languages in the world
We boast an amazing history and we can take you back thousands of years to some of the ancient burial mounds and standing stones and at some of our remote and wilder locations, we can uncover roman history and civilisation in Britain.
More modern medieval history sees Wales skyline dominated by the building of castles and if you love castles, we have over 600 locations. In fact we boast more castles per square mile than any other country!
There are lots of hidden and secret gems to discover in Wales:
- The smallest House, the smallest Church and the smallest Cathedral!
- How about getting your tongue around the longest town name in Britain and Europe:
- Working vintage Woollen Mills, remote steam railways,
- Horse drawn canal barges where you can cruise into a time gone by
- Discover the exclusive production ‘Lovespoons’
- Visit a Slate Quarry or Coal Mine and go deep underground to witness the industrial hardship of life in Wales.
- Our food is rated as some of the best in Britain and we have some amazing places to stay.
- Enjoy a real taste of Wales as we introduce you to our food and drink
- Be blown away by the sounds and songs from a Welsh Male Voice Choir
- And how about trying out some very unique experiences
- Get out on the farm and handle sheep dogs and actually round up sheep
- Visit the Royal Mint and strike your own souvenir coin!
- How about a private cooking class learning how to cook Welsh specialities.
So be our guest and come and experience the best of Wales with our very exclusive private tour services, which are rated by many as one of the best experiences during their visit to Britain.
You’ll just love where we take you on your very own Boutique Tour of Wales!
We look forward to being of service to you and taking care of you during your visit and stay in Wales
Some facts about Wales
- Population: 3.1 Million
- Area: 8022 Square Miles
- From top to bottom, Wales is approximately 170 Miles in length
- The narrowest point from the coast to the English border is just 60 Miles
- The capital city is Cardiff is in the south of Wales and is one of only six cities in Wales!
- Some of our National Emblems feature the Welsh Dragon, Daffodils and Leeks.
- Our National day is St David’s Day, celebrated on the 1st March each year.
- One of our most popular dishes is Welsh Rarebit (often thought to contain Rabbit, in fact it’s a cheese dish)!