Top 5 summer destinations in Wales
In case you would like to visit a truly remarkable country this summer, I suggest you to go to the United Kingdom. You can choose from four astonishing countries here: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Every country of the UK offers excellent visitor attractions, breathtaking destinations and fantastic things to do, even for the hot summer months. In one of the previous articles I have already presented you the best summer destinations of Scotland. Below I will present you the top 5 summer destinations in Wales, including Lllandudno, the Island of Anglesey, Tenby, Aberystwyth and Snowdonia.
Nicknamed the “Queen of the Welsh Resorts”, Llandudno is the largest seaside resort of the country. It is situated in Conwy County Borough and drags numerous visitors every year. It is an extremely popular seaside resort among both locals and foreign visitors. Besides the beaches, there are several attractions in Llandudno, including Llandudno Bay, Llandudno Pier, Happy Valley and so on.
The Island of Anglesey
Situated off the north-western coast of Wales, the Island of Anglesey is a fantastic destination for tourists. It is abundant in astonishing sites, not to mention the dramatic coastline. Rhosneigr for instance is famous for its beach, surfing facilities and camps. If you love islands, you would surely enjoy a vacation spent on the fantastic Anglesey.
The fantastic seaside town named Tenby is another great option for a great summer holiday. Tenby is situated in South-West Wales and is very attractive for tourists. With about 4 km of unspoiled sandy beaches, the resort is a paradise for the lovers of sun and sea. It gets very crowded during summer months. Besides, numerous pubs, shops and restaurants are dedicated for visitors.
Aberystwyth is actually a historic market town of Wales. It is also known as an important holiday resort situated in the county of Ceredigion. Cardigan Bay makes the town very attractive for the lovers of beach holidays. Thus, Aberystwyth attracts numerous tourists each year. Besides the beaches, the bay has a varied marine life, including the UK’s largest population of bottlenose dolphins.
One of the most breathtaking protected areas of the UK, Snowdonia National Park (Snowdonia) is a great destination for the lovers of nature. It protects the highest mountain of Wales named Snowdon and attracts numerous tourists every year. The unique landscapes and varied flora and fauna of the park are absolutely worth visiting. You shouldn’t miss them either.