30NOV 2016
Welsh seaside towns

Welsh seaside towns

Welsh Conservatives will today launch an innovative Seaside Strategy to unlock the unfulfilled potential of Wales’ seaside towns and resorts. The strategy includes measures to boost small businesses in seaside towns – extending business rate relief, and improving access to finance; offering local communities an opportunity to bid to protect local assets; and establishing an arm’s…

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24NOV 2016
Wales tourist attractions

Wales tourist attractions

Some of Wales’ best-loved tourist attractions have already enjoyed an early bank holiday boost, with up to double the normal number of visitors over the weekend. Daytrippers and tourists took full advantage of a mostly fine two days to flock to the seaside, fairgrounds, theme parks – and even to catch…
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18NOV 2016
Green Wales

Green Wales

The Welsh Government committed itself to improving access to land and water, improving rights of way for cyclists and walkers and creating the Wales Coast Path in its Programme for Government 2011-16. The legislation surrounding access to the countryside is complicated and divided across many different…
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12NOV 2016
West Wales tourist attractions

West Wales tourist attractions

Local Beaches Photos of all the local beaches from Poppit Sands 23 miles to the south and as far as Llanrhystud, 15 miles to the north- including two beaches that can only be accessed by footpath. Click on the photo for more information. Aberaeron Just a few miles north of New Quay is an attractive Georgian…
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06NOV 2016
Top Ten tourist attractions in Wales

Top Ten tourist attractions in Wales

1 Floating Harbour The old Port of Bristol on the Avon River has been given a new and imaginative lease of life, with many wharves and warehouses converted or restored. Traditionally it was known as the Floating Harbour - named after the 80-acre site that enabled visiting ships to remain afloat around…
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31OCT 2016
Famous places in Wales

Famous places in Wales

Some of the most famous landmarks of Wales are its castles. (Photo: Images ) Related Articles The famous landmarks of Wales lie on craggy peaks, in bustling cities, along winding, hedge-rowed lanes and on pristine beaches. Today’s explorers can relive history by creeping through ancient Roman mines…
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