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Parcs et nature à Pays de Galles

Meilleurs parcs

Jardin de sculptures
“What is it? A green haven in the south of the city. Why go? Spread over almost 250 acres, this Grade I-listed park offers an abundance of luxuriant green space. Kids will love the huge playground, while those with a hankering for horticulture can explore the Victorian Palm House, home to Liverpool’s fab botanical gardens. Caves, waterfalls... it’s like being on another continent altogether.”
  • 68 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The castle gardens (known as bute park) is a great place to visit. There a cute cafes dotted throughout too. ”
  • 62 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Snowdonia is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is home to the highest peak in Wales and a number of wonderful lakes, rivers and forests. Get your walking boots on, your bike on the road or the get the picnic blanket ready for whatever kind of day you would like.”
  • 74 personnes du coin recommandent
National Park
“Great place for walking with fantastic scenery - or - just an afternoons drive past the beautiful reservoirs. 20 miles away”
  • 74 personnes du coin recommandent
Botanical Garden
“Incredible unusual plants. Great day out for all. About 1 hours drive away.”
  • 58 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This was the first national park in the UK...and you can understand why. It is quite simply stunning. There are a range of landscapes from snow covered mountains to caves and lowland rivers.”
  • 41 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“80 acres of magnificent Garden in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Stunning collections of plants and trees from around the World, giving interest and colour throughout the seasons.Varied Events Programme offering something for everyone.”
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Théâtre
“ Beautiful park in the centre of Chester. Mini railway and large children's play area. Summer hosts the outdoor theatre.”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent

Terrains de jeux

Playground
“The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of this Welsh border castle sit high on a rocky mound on the edge of the small, picturesque town of the same name.”
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Playground
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Playground
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Playground
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Plages

Beach
“One of the most beautiful beaches. A must see if you’re in the area. Its a stunning half an hour walk along the cliffs from the car park at Stackpole Quay, but really worth it. You can walk back via the lovely Bosherton Ponds to make a circular walk. Really stunning. ”
  • 25 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Running alongside the majestic Newborough Forrest, this spectacular beach stretches for over 3 miles and is framed to the left by the majestic mountains of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula. The walk to the lighthouse at the tip of Llanddwyn Island will take about 30-45 minutes at a gentle walking pace, and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular view of the North Wales coast. Fish and chips are available in Newborough village too!”
  • 21 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Lovely beach, which you can drive straight on to. Dog friendly, with separate area during high season. Toilets and refreshments available. ”
  • 14 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“A 40 minute drive down into 'South Pembs' will find you at Freshwater West. This beach is extremely popular with Surfers, although it recommended for Advanced surfers only!”
  • 19 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Several of our guests have enjoyed visiting the famous Rhossili Bay during their stay. They often stop off at Rhossili Bay on the way to their stay”
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Beach
“Stunning. Fabulous sand dunes. Good parking and then a walk through the dunes”
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Beach
“A truly beautiful beach - you can either park in the National Trust car park above the beach and take the steps down or why not park up at Bosherston Lily Ponds - it's such a magical walk through the beautiful ponds and woodland pathways which suddenly open out onto Broadhaven's golden sands, before strolling back for scones and clotted cream at the wonderfully quaint and quirky Bosherston Tea Rooms. There's also a fabulous foodie trailer on Broadhaven South car park run by Paternoster farm serving up all their locally grown produce and icecream! ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“A fabulous walk of around 5 miles for the complete circuit. From Castaway go back to the main road and straight across, continuing down towards Waterwynch Bay. Under the trees at the bottom look out for the coastal footpath signs and turn LEFT onto the coastal path. Just stay on this path (they use an 'acorn' symbol to indicate the coast path) and it will take you on a wonderful walk all the way to Saundersfoot. As you meet your first road and houses in Saundersfoot there are some steps that take you down onto the beach. If the tide is OUT you can walk along the beach to the harbour and beyond. If the tide is IN, you'll have to continue up the tarmac hill and then turn right at the T junction towards the harbour. As you descend there are wonderful views of the harbour and plenty of cafes and pubs to refuel before EITHER retracing your steps OR following the road out of Saundersfoot to New Hedges village and on to Garden Meadows Park the other side of New Hedges. ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Trail
“The Millennium Stadium, known since 2016 as the Principality Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the national stadium of Wales. Located in Cardiff, it is the home of the Wales national rugby union team and has also held Wales national football team games. The guided tours are great!”
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Mountain
“This attraction has been around for quite some time now and is the highest mountain in Wales. Enjoy the attraction that nature gave us an and Wales contribution to the UK’s 3 peaks challenge. With an elevation of 1085 meters it will take you around 6 hours to reach the peak, over half a million avid walkers take on the challenge each year. It worth looking into the different routes and choose the route that suits your capability best. My preferred route is the Snowdon Mountain Railway that gets you to the summit in no time.”
  • 60 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
“The highest mountain in Southern Britain with truly spectacular views from the summit. It is said that if you stand on Pen y Fan and look northwest, you can see all the way to Snowdon. Visit Wales website / Crowning Glory for more details of walks.”
  • 28 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Beautiful walks and cycle tracks through beautiful scenery. Red Kites are abundant here - especially at feeding time! There's a great cafe too with HD CCTV to watch the kites in comfort. A shortish, reasonably level walk, passes kite viewing points and hides.”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent
Bike Trail
“Visitors who have used this centre tell me it is fantastic, but be sure to book your uplifts before you go! The centre is less than 15 minutes drive from here.”
  • 20 personnes du coin recommandent
Bike Trail
“The place to head for mountain bike trails for a range of abilities (and bike hire), trail running routes, walks to epic waterfalls and a good cafe.”
  • 22 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Perhaps take a walk along Chester’s Roman wall and gain a rare perspective of this extraordinary city? Always a great activity for the family to see the many wonderful sights of Chester.”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“This mesmerising falls is located about 15 minute drive from Ashleigh Cabin to the mainland. The falls itself is a perfect location for picnics, photography lovers, or people who simply wish to sit and let the world go by! It's about 20 minute walk from the car park and is a gentle, consistent incline all the way up. A personal favourite of ours! ”
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