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Although North Wales has long been a popular holiday destination for those keen on taking part in sports and adventurous activities, a number of exciting events that are happening in the region over the coming months may give you the impetus to book a break here.
Golf lovers who are keen to combine their passion for the sport with a break away are sure to find Wales an appealing destination. Dozens of great-quality courses are dotted all over the country, though with many of these situated in Pembrokeshire, the south-west county is a particularly good place for a golfing getaway.
Foodies who are looking to indulge their passion for fantastic fare on a domestic break should definitely consider visiting Cardiff. As it is the largest city in Wales, there is plenty of opportunity to tuck into a great selection of dishes.
While South Wales has long been a popular holiday destination for those looking to get away from it all, Pembrokeshire is a particularly great spot to relax in. You'll find pretty public gardens throughout the south-west county that are wonderful places to take time out from the rat race.
Wales is a country steeped in history, so, if you like doing nothing more than explore the heritage of the destinations you visit on holiday, this is the place for you. A great way to get acquainted with the area's rich past is by exploring its many castles and, if you head to North Wales, you'll find a great range of ancient properties you can visit.
If you're a keen walker looking to indulge your passion for the great outdoors, Carmarthenshire is one place you should definitely visit. With its range of trails and beautiful landscape – it's commonly known as the Garden of Wales – the county is the ideal place for hiking enthusiasts.
Fishing has long been a great pastime to indulge in while on holiday, most notably as it enables you to connect with nature. If this is an activity you are keen to try on your next domestic getaway, North Wales is one destination well worth visiting.
A week or two in a holiday cottage is a great way for families to spend time together and one destination where you will discover plenty of child-friendly accommodation is Wales. Whether you choose to stay somewhere close to sea or further inland, you can enjoy a break that everyone, no matter their age, will love.