Enjoy a family holiday to Wales from
Hoseasons Holidays or
Park Resorts, and
discover the beauty of Wales. The sea surrounds Wales on three of its sides. The 750-mile (1,200-km) of Welsh
coastline is infinitely varied, a succession of beaches and bays, headlands and harbours.
Much of the coastline is rich in natural beauty - Pembrokeshire, for example, is home to Britain's only
coastal-based National Park, and there are hundreds of miles of seashore which have been declared
'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and 'Heritage Coast'. From north to south the coast is dotted with
award-winning beaches where the cleanliness of the sands and waters complements the superb surroundings.
The culture of Wales has something to appeal to everyone; a land of myths and music, literature and the arts,
it would be hard to find such a breadth of experiences in an area ten-times the size of Wales.
The Romans mined for gold in Wales, the Tudor dynasty was founded in Wales, and the Normans built castles in Wales.
Each of the major periods of history has left its mark, some more attractive than others.
The sense of past can still be felt all around Wales: from a windy hilltop with a half-ruined castle, to the
quiet darkness of a mine miles underground.