Why you should visit Wales
Whether you are looking for adventure or a relaxing country holiday, Wales has it all. With its rolling sheep specked green hills, inlets, mountains and rocky coastline Wales will take your breath way. Covering over 8,016 square miles there are three National Parks, and multiple beaches, cities and villages in Wales.
Home to one of the UK's most challenging hikes, one of the top ten walks in the world and the best beach in the UK it will be hard to decide on just where to visit. If you are an adventure tourist like me you will be sure to have your hands full. With lots of places to go Coasteering, kayaking, hang gliding, scuba diving, cycling, hiking and camping.
I only had a few days in Wales and wanted to make the most of it so I chose to visit the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire. If you have time though make room for Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks.
Wales was also the one place on my visit to England where I saw no other Americans and I would highly recommend this place to anyone. The food, the people, the activities and the mesmerizing beauty struck me unlike any other place I have visited. Read more about my recommendations below, and for and in detail read about my travels you can read my blog.