The country of Wales is surrounded by sea on all the three sides and England to the east.
This country is characterized by long stretches of beautiful and rough coastline. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the British Isles is North Wales. This touring paradise has many attractive and lively costal resorts. For the trekking enthusiasts, there is a popular destination called Inland. Wales has two mountain ranges, the Black Mountains and the Beacons in the south and the Snowdonia in the north-west. The coastline of Wales is huge and is a perfect haven for seabirds and seals. This coastline harbors the world’s biggest gannet colonies—a great treat to the eyes.
The total area of Wales is 20,764 sq km and has a population of three million people. Most of this population is concentrated in the south-eastern part of the country.
The weather in Wales is very similar to the United Kingdom, and is highly unpredictable. The best time to visit Wales is from May to August—that’s when the weather is relatively comfortable, dry, and nice. Before traveling to Wales it is recommended to keep the close watch on the weather forecast.
Visitors and tourists visit Wales during the summer months of June, July, August, and September. This the time that many people prefer to go holidaying and they rent holiday cottages and apartment. Contrary to popular belief, spring and autumn are also good times to visit Wales as the magnificent topography is at its best during this time. Most tourist destinations, mountain passes, and parks are closed during the winter because there is heavy snowfall in most of Wales.
The places of tourist interest are: Brecon, Brecon Beacons, Brecon Mountain Railway, Bosherton Lily Ponds, Bwlch Nant Yr Arian, Caerleon Town, Cardiff City, Carmarthen Town, Cenarth Falls, Cosmeston Lakes & Country Parks, Cwmcarn Forest Drive, Dan-yr Ogof Showcaves, Elan Valley, Folly Farm, Goytre Wharf, Hay-on-Wye, Henrhyd Falls, Laugharne, Llancaiach Fawr Manor, Llangorse Lake, Manor Wildlife Park, Merthyr Mawr, Museum of Welsh Life.
You can find many cottages in Wales that cater to the tourists from all over the world. People flock to the mountainous regions and enjoy a lot of trekking. Cottages are located on the mountainous regions and along the vast coastline. Due to the popularity of this region, there are many family owned self-catering holiday cottages that have sprung up in the recent past. As of today, tourists have a lot of options to enjoy a perfect holiday.
Mostly, the cottages are one storied and each has its own patio and car parking area.
Renting a cottage is very easy as you can do it online by using a credit card. Most of the cottages provide spacious grounds for family parties and other recreation. The cottages are perfect for a home away from home experience. In Wales, cottages are also located at foothills which are very suited for the trekkers and mountaineers. Cottages that are located bank opposite the lakes and rivers gives an opportunity for trout fishing and other water sports.
Go ahead and visit Wales and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the great topography the country has to offer.