Posted on July 2nd, 2013
Whatever you want from your self-catering holiday, you’ll find it in Wales – mountainous peaks, green valleys, mirror glass lakes and breath-taking ruins. Then there are countless castles, chapels, remote hill farms and wonderful beaches – not to mention romantic steam railways, cosy pubs, buzzing arts festivals and vibrant cities.
In fact Wales offers its visitors limitless possibilities plus a wide range of holiday home accommodation to suit your time, budget and personal preferences.
Wales has a great passion for sport, and one sport in particular is a Welsh favourite – Rugby! The shrine of what amounts to the ‘Rugby religion’ is at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, opened in 1999 to host the Rugby World Cup.
Wales’ reputation as the small country with the Great Outdoors is well founded. There are many activities: tackle challenging mountains, meander through leafy forest trails, tee off at the Nefyn Golf Course with the sea below and the Snowdonia peaks above, sail the clean, blue waters of West Wales, horse ride along empty beaches and coastal paths and fish pure lakes and rivers. In such a stunning, varied and unique land, keeping active has never been such a pleasure.