South Wales is home to coastal National Parks, bustling cities and fantastic local heritage - everything you need to begin searching for an unforgettable UK holiday.
Ancient structures meet contemporary culture in South Wales. Look one way and you see stretches of picturesque coastline, look the other and you're met with all the indulgences of modern life. Make the most of it all with the latest official brochures and visitor guides.
South Wales is a haven for those who want to escape to tranquility yet still have pampering amenities close at hand. Pembrokeshire National Park is a favourite for visitors to South Wales as is much of its gorgeous coastline. Walking, cycling, climbing, diving, kayaking and other sports are a plenty or take a trip to the city to indulge in a lively city break.
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Swansea stands as a coastal staycation gem, enticing travellers with its blend of natural beauty, cultural attractions, and outdoor adventures. From the stunning Swansea Bay and the maritime history showcased at the National Waterfront Museum to the medieval charm of Oystermouth Castle and the serenity of Clyne Gardens, the city offers a diverse range of experiences to suit every taste. The nearby Mumbles village, with its traditional seaside charm, complements Swanseas vibrant atmosphere perfectly. Whether youre exploring art at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery or enjoying a football match at Liberty Stadium, Swansea promises an engaging and unforgettable staycation experience.
If youre keen on spending your time doing something new, Newport wont disappoint. Whether the coast, the city or the countryside, treat yourself to a side of the UK that brings all its best bits together.
Dare to Discover a part of Wales you may not know much about. Easy to get to, the County of Bridgend lies between Cardiff, Swansea and the Brecon Beacons National park. This area is also part of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast - an area of spectacular cliffs, coves, sand dunes and miles of sandy beaches.
Cardiff stands as a vibrant staycation haven that caters to a wide range of interests and preferences. From exploring the historical wonders of Cardiff Castle and the National Museum Cardiff to enjoying the modern waterfront area of Cardiff Bay, the city offers a perfect balance of old and new. Cardiffs green spaces, lively shopping scene, and diverse culinary options ensure theres something for every traveller to enjoy. With its warm Welsh hospitality and a plethora of attractions, Cardiff promises an unforgettable staycation experience filled with history, culture, and endless exploration.