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Published on : Sunday, January 10, 2016
Wales is a country full of visual splendour and drama, set against a historic backdrop of druids, castles and conquest. Wales has three national parks, 43 Blue Flag beaches and 870 miles of coastline,
For outdoor lovers, Wales has a landscape begging to be explored. Woodlands and mountainsides ripe for serious mountain biking, hiking and speedy zip lines. Dramatic craggy coastlines are perfect for surfing, paddle-boarding and kitesurfing and calm rivers ideal for kayaking or chugging along on a canal boat.
When it comes to heritage every corner of Wales is alive with the echoes of the past. Prehistoric treasure troves, medieval fortresses, staggering abbeys and churches co-exist peacefully among intriguing Victorian towns, industrial villages, modern shopping centres, Edwardian arcades and imposing stadiums and theatres.
Foodies just can’t miss Wales with its delicious meats and cheeses. Wales is enjoying a renaissance in organic and artisan foods, many of which are showcased at its premier food event, Abergavenny Food Festival. With a clutch of Michelin stars, Wales is heaven for food lovers.
This is a country steeped in history with a vibrant 21st century culture which makes it one of the top destinations for tourists this year.