Posted on 17/08/12, filed under Camping, Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Guest Blog, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales | Comments Off
Nicola Sumner-Smith from Llangynwyd is a seasoned camper and has recently mixed work with pleasure by launching a series of new coastal campsites in the Vale of Glamorgan through her work with Creative Rural Communities. In a bid to encourage more people to pitch… Continue reading
Posted on 16/08/12, filed under Activities, Days Out, Guest Blog, Snowdonia, Wales | Comments Off
The quiet village of Corris in mid Wales is a pleasant (and verdant, it must be said) village hidden in the dip of a valley just south of Cader Idris. It is now home to King Arthur’s Labyrinth and The Centre for Alternative Technology and is famed… Continue reading
Posted on 14/08/12, filed under Cardiff, Competitions, Visit Wales, Wales | Comments Off
New for 2012, the Extreme Sailing Series visits Cardiff for Act 5 of the competition.
The Extreme 40 catamarans, raced by many of the world’s best sailors, will race in Cardiff Bay over four days with the event open to the public between the 31 August – 2 September as the fleet race in the circuit’s action packed ‘stadium’ format. Continue reading
Posted on 08/08/12, filed under Brecon Beacons, Days Out, Snowdonia, Wales, Walking | Comments Off
Nothing beats the sound of water cascading down through the rocks than a proper waterfall. Whether photographing them on a family holiday or tackling them on an activity break, here’s just a few of the waterfalls in Wales you can find:
Posted on 06/08/12, filed under Days Out, Holidays and Breaks, Photography, Snowdonia | Comments Off
North Wales is a beautiful area of the UK, it’s made up of wonderfully green mountains, seaside towns and bright and quirky attractions. If you’re planning a UK short break and want some inspiration, here are five images to give you a flavour of what North Wales has to offer.
5 places not to be missed on your North Wales holiday
Portmeirion, Minffordd, North Wales