Wales is a striking natural beauty from her mountains to rocky coastline of beaches. Set against this backdrop of staggering cliffs, blue seas and green countryside, hikers and mountain bikers will find themselves taking frequent breaks just to take in the breathtaking views.
But for junkies who just can’t get enough adrenaline pumping: Llandudno has twin mountains for rock climbing on the coastline, and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s rocky shore claims some of the best beaches in Wales and is ideal for sea kayaking, surfing and coasteering – and when you look back towards land you get the pretty-as-a-picture coastline view with the towering Pembroke castle, surrounded by idyllic Welsh villages.
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That about sums up my trip to Wales – genuine and inspirational. There is a graciousness about the country that was felt everywhere. From the gardens to the hotels you could feel the welcome and it was so hard to leave because of it.
The National flag is green on the bottom and white on the top, and right in the middle sits a red dragon. The Leek and the Daffodil are both national emblems of Wales. The Welsh word for daffodil and leek are the same – Cenhinen for leek and Cenhin… Read more...
Written by Donna Dawson.
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