Divided into South, Mid and North Wales, there’s truly something for everyone. Up in the north, the vast open national park of Snowdonia with its famous mountain is a draw for enthusiastic walkers and day trippers alike. The Green, Green grass of the rolling hills of north wales are fast becoming Britain’s adventure playground offering all manner of adrenaline pumping activities. Mid wales, probably the quietest region offers gentle rolling hills as well as the world famous Breacon Beacons. In the south discover the stunning beaches of Pembrokeshire, some vast and wide, others small delightful bays. Then moving further south, the Gower peninsula never fails to impress. 

Wherever you go in Wales you will discover the work of local artisans renowned for work such as the famous Welsh Blankets with their patterns passed down through the years, the slate sculptors, painters, potters, weavers, woodsmen and so much more take inspiration from their impressive regions. Artists have been drawn to its dramatic land and seascapes for Centuries and its many views still inspire today.