whom says you'll want to get far for gorgeous beaches?
Nobody truly requires a justification to celebrate the picturesque beauty of Wales… But, with St David’s Day coming (first March), Premier Inn has remaining no rock unturned over the moving hills, celebrated valleys and stunning shores producing a definitive variety of the most amazing locations in Wales you ought to see to think.
You could be forgiven for thinking these pictures showing tranquil turquoise waters, sun-drenched beaches and palm trees, had been snapped by getaway producers residing it in certain exotic and far-flung locations.
In actual fact, these are generally a lot nearer to home and undoubtedly don’t require the obligatory anxiety about finding your passport to get entry! All of these idyllic spots are located in the UK in Wales.
So, with spring on our home, there’s no better time to start thinking about that lengthy week-end you’ve already been meaning to book.
Tenby is ‘probably’ the essential iconic seaside town in Wales for quaintness and appeal and, though it appears like it dwells in the coast of Bali, it willn’t! Featuring three great beaches; North, South and Castle, each having its own character - but if you fancy somewhat culture visit Tenby Museum or perhaps the nationwide Trust owned Tudor Merchant’s home. For some thing just a little various you could attempt evening ghost walks if your wanting to fall into bed near to Tenby Town Centre.
Gower Peninsula, Cefn Sidan, Carmarthenshire
Simply a quick drive from Swansea, and taking on the guise of the Great Salt Lake in Utah, the Gower Peninsula ended up being designated once the UK’s first Area of Outstanding natural splendor in 1956. It has a rich and varied environment of wild moors and limestone cliffs to huge golden, sandy beaches. But, remain on dry-land, and you'll be missing out! The coastline enjoys a few of the most impressive waves in Britain, and sandy Llangennith has-been popular amongst surfers for decades.
Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula
Indeed, this in Wales – perhaps not Thailand! Three Cliffs Bay beach provides a magnificent shoreline of sand dunes, salt marshes not to mention, the signature three limestone cliffs. This photogenic an element of the Gower Coast Path is a great place to end for a picnic too and accommodation close to this area of outstanding pure beauty, look towards Swansea – where you are able to ensure you get your fill of nightlife also.
Portmeirion Village, North Wales
As soon as you’ve had your fill of sandy beaches and gorgeous coastlines you might fancy checking out a number of the quaint villages that line the shoreline of North Wales. Portmeirion is situated in Gwynedd and ended up being created and built by Sir Clough William-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the design of an Italian village. It’s served given that location for many films and television shows and ended up being ‘The Village’ when you look at the 1960s television show The Prisoner. Check-in on hotel only outside Portmeirion in Caernarfon to produce a long week-end from it.