While jetting off to far-flung destinations is firmly on hold for the foreseeable, our thoughts have turned to planning super staycations for when time allows.
Now is the perfect time to plan for a relaxing staycation in Wales with your bubble.
Wales is home to many interesting sights. Aside from the majestic palaces, there are gorgeous national parks, spectacular rainforests, and scenic waterfalls.
So, instead of waiting for the world to open up, get ready to pack your case and head for some of these great Welsh locations…
For nature and adventure, head to the Pembrokeshire Coast.
If you enjoy long walks by the coast, then this is the best place to be.
From St. Dogmaels to Amroth, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail covers some of the most breathtaking coastal views in Wales, which include steep limestone cliffs, volcanic headlands, undulating red sandstone bays, and flooded glacial valleys.
For a more adventurous Wales experience, rent a VW camper with all the mod cons and luxury seating.
Pembrokeshire has plenty of camping sites to park your van. These sites have the necessary facilities which allows you to enjoy nature in comfort and convenience.
Another interesting place to go for a staycation in Wales is Glamorgan. Home to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, a 14 mile stretch of dramatic coastline, Glamorgan is a perfect destination for adventure activity breaks in Wales.
Here, you can go for scenic walks by the coast, ride a mountain bike in the wild, and explore centuries-old palaces.
Glamorgan has plenty of gorgeous cottages for you to book a relaxing staycation. Most of these cottages offer the peace and tranquillity that comes from the countryside; and are in close proximity to the beautiful coastline and the many attractions Wales has to offer.
If cultural staycations are your thing, then Cardiff is a great place to consider.
As the capital of Wales, you will definitely not run out of things to do in this history-filled city.
Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the various museums. Check out Cardiff Castle and Castell Cock, a 19th-century Gothic Revival castle that’s steeped in history and legend.
Take a stroll around the charming Cardiff Bay or embrace the bustling nightlife scene – post Covid-19 guidelines, of course.
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation. Choose from historic medieval manors, converted loft apartments, Welsh castles, Wales postcard luxury holiday cottages, and quirky contemporary holiday homes.
Covering about a third of North Wales, Snowdonia is the perfect destination for anyone who
loves nature and adventure.
It offers plenty of outdoor activities, from mountain climbing and biking to water rafting.
If you want to recharge and bond with your bubble, there are plenty of relaxing accommodations in Snowdonia that cater to small groups.
For a more relaxing stay, rent a barn with a hot tub where you can enjoy a good soak after a long walk in the park.
The Snowdonia National Park is filled with hidden gems waiting for you to discover, from a Celtic
rainforest to the tallest single-drop waterfall in Britain.
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