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Huntsman's Leap, Pembrokeshire, a narrow steep sided inlet formed by sea erosion along a fault line but still a beautiful sight to behold. Wales Uk, South Wales, Places To Travel, Places To See, Travel Destinations, Sightseeing London, Europa Tour, Pembrokeshire Coast, Beau Site

30 stunning pictures of Wales as you've never seen it before

We guarantee you will love these aerial shots of Wales. Click through the pictures below

Amazing free things to do on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales - One Planet Parent Wales Uk, North Wales, Anglesey Wales, Wales Beach, Welsh Coast, Wales Holiday, Caravan Holiday, Snowdonia National Park, Visit Wales

Amazing free things to do on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales - One Planet Parent

On our recent trip to the Isle of Anglesey, or Ynys Môn in Welsh, we were amazed by the number of well preserved ancient historical sites, some dating back thousands of years. The sites are managed by Cadw, the Welsh government’s heritage service, and most are free to visit, and only a short walk from […]

Aberystwyth - Great Western Railway by Michael Reilly Posters Uk, Train Posters, Railway Posters, Vintage Advertising Posters, Vintage Travel Posters, British Travel, Aberystwyth, Tourism Poster, Great Western

1930's GWR Aberystwyth Railway A3 Poster Reprint for sale online | eBay

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Welsh Legends and Myths: 80 Myths and Legends from across Wales by Graham Watkins Cardiff Wales, Wales Uk, South Wales, Learn Welsh, Myth Stories, Welsh Language, Legends And Myths, England, Snowdonia

Welsh Legends and Myths: 80 Myths and Legends from across Wales

Welsh Legends and Myths: 80 Myths and Legends from across Wales eBook: Watkins, Graham: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path walkers going down to Penmon Point by Puffin Island. I love Anglesey. It's one of my favorite places on earth. Britain Uk, Great Britain, North Wales, Wales Uk, Anglesey Wales, St Anthony's, Visit Wales, Aberystwyth, Le Far West

Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path walkers going down to Penmon Point by Puffin Island

Coastal towns foodies need to visit – discover fresh flavours. South Beach Restaurants, Crab Sandwich, Welsh Recipes, Southern Kitchens, Beef Burgers, Seaside Towns, Seafood Restaurant, Meat Lovers, Looks Yummy

Welsh seaside eateries

Discover Welsh seaside towns with unique and innovative places to eat.

How Wales now cherishes castles built to conquer it! These four castles built by Edward I in Wales in the century are now a collective World Heritage Site. They are certainly the best castles to visit in Wales! Backpacking Europe, Europe Travel Guide, Europe Destinations, Sightseeing London, Castles In Wales, Welsh Castles, Castles To Visit, Visit Wales, All Nature

How Wales now cherishes castles built to conquer it!

The best things to see in Conwy, including Conwy Castle. PLUS: Where you'll find the other World Heritage Site castles in Wales!

An poster sized print, approx mm) (other products available) - British Railways (WR) poster. Artwork by Ronald Lampitt. <br> - Image supplied by National Railway Museum - poster sized print mm) made in the UK Posters Uk, Train Posters, Railway Posters, Retro Posters, Poster Vintage, Vintage Travel Posters, Welsh Castles, British Travel, Travel Ad

Poster BR HARLECH CASTLE by Ronald Lampitt. Double Royal 25in x 40in, published by The Western Re

Bid Live on Lot 489 in the Railwayana, Railway Posters & Advertising/Motoring Signs Auction from G.W. Railwayana Auctions.

Parys Mountain near Amlwch on Anglesey, – the site of an old copper mine and a truly magnificent place with its barren landscape and amazing views. Anglesey Wales, Visit Wales, Family Days Out, Snowdonia, Cymru, North Wales, Holidays With Kids, Places Of Interest, Holiday Destinations

Parys Mountain, Anglesey

Wow! We had an awesome afternoon at Parys Mountain near Amlwch on Anglesey, – the site of an old copper mine and a truly magnificent place with its barren landscape and amazing views. We spent two and a half hours walking the winding paths, climbing up rocks and down valleys and exploring the chasms and hollows. The area has been used as a film set for several films and it’s easy to see why! We felt like we were post-apocalyptic cowboys on the surface of the moon or exploring the Grand…