Walking Holidays in Wales


Wales offers the visitor an insight into an incredibly rich history dating back to the time of ancient Druids. As well as it’s famous valleys, South Wales has its heritage immersed in the mining industry boom staging the number one coal mining museums in the country. As a result of the dark past and hard mining life, was born the internationally renowned Welsh male voice choirs. Music and song are the essence to life in Wales as well as the many sheep which abound its green pastures and stunning hillsides.

The ancient Welsh language can be heard in all parts of the country which is totally bi-lingual in signage and literature and for most visitors is a challenge in pronunciation! In the far north the Snowdonia mountain range offers amazing hikes, Snowdon being the highest mountain in Wales rising to 1,085 metres above sea level; walks up this peak vary from easy strolls to challenging for some of the most experienced.

The West coast offers some of the most spectacular views from Pembrokeshire all the way up to and including the wonderful Llŷn Peninsula. Wales is one of the only countries that has a fully intact coastal path from south to North.



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Wales - Isle of Anglesey

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The Isle of Anglesey, or Ynys Môn, is a beautiful island located off the north-west coast of Wales and is a true haven for walkers, which is why we have chosen to feature...

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Wales - Llŷn Peninsula

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New Experience Holidays is delighted to offer a section of the completed Wales Coast Path which extends for 870 miles around the entirety of Wales from the walled city of...

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