If you are planning a trip to Wales you will want to take a look about for some of the best things to do.
In order to give you a bit of a head start here is a list of some things you might want to investigate a bit further.
Llanwrtyd Wells Bog Snorkelling
Yes, that’s right, bog snorkelling. Get down and dirty with your snorkel and enjoy a bit of the more bizarre sports out there.
The Cardiff Half Marathon
If you are into running then you might want to look at the Cardiff half marathon. What better way to see as much of the city as possible without hanging about.
Whitesands Bay in Pembrokeshire is ideal for surfing and water sports so if that is your thing take a bigger look into the options available here.
Catch a Game
Wrexham, Cardiff and Swansea are just some of the teams you can go along to see in Wales. Because Swansea play in the English Premiership you can even catch some of the best players in the world.
Wales is more of a Rugby country than anything else so if the national team are playing why not soak up the atmosphere at a game.
If you are into horseracing why not head along to Chepstow, it even hosts the Welsh National so you might want to check out the calendar to see what is coming up.
Drive the Hills
If you are into driving you might want to tackle the Bwlch Y Groes roads that are the steepest in Wales with gradients reaching 25% at some points.
Visit the Caves
The caves at Dan Yr Ogof are an excellent place to visit. This part of the Brecon Beacons has a great network of caves.
Dolphin spotting at Cardigan Bay is perfect for nature lovers and anyone that loves the ocean.
Sample Local Delicacies
Some regions of Wales pride themselves on their cheeses, if you are a fan you might think you have died and gone to heaven.
Eat Well in Wales
Wales has a number of great restaurants including The Whitebrook and Walnut Tree which are Michelin starred. You can visit the Abergavenny food festival or just sample some of the smaller independent restaurants dotted around the country.
Denbigh Barrel Rolling
If you are in Wales over Christmas why not take in the annual tradition of barrel rolling in Denbigh every Boxing Day.
That should give you some inspiration to get going and we are sure you will uncover some other great things to see and do when you visit Wales.