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Walking Holidays in Wales

One must explore the enigmatic beauty of Walking holidays in Wales. These include the Ceredigion coastal path which is a dramatic coastline of 60 miles. There are endless rugged cliff tops, secluded coves and sandy beaches besides charming villages of fishing for one to discover. There is even a magnificent rock formations plus geology of this beautiful area. The cliff top walking is amazingly undulating and exploration of wildlife includes porpoises, seals and dolphins. This path is even enriched with the locals who are very friendly.

The other fantastic option is a Glyndwr’s way which provides a memorable walking holiday. One walks in the historical region via a myriad of landscapes that are enchanting from ancient forests to the moorland. This historical walk offers the best exploration of ancient Wales. Unveiling traditional villages and rich farmlands is truly an exciting experience with surrounding woodlands and mountains. Here one could as well find the magnificent castle of Powis, the beautiful valley of Dyfl and spectacular mountain of Cader Idris.

The path of Offa’s Dyke is a national trail which runs 177 miles along the border of Anglo-Welsh. With ancient woodland, wide valley rivers and moorland these places have an incomparable natural beauty. Reaching the tip of the Clwydian hills gives a dramatic view. This place is enriched with legends and history. King Offa built it in 8th century. Assimilated with flora and wildlife this place gives abundance of bronze and Iron Age forts. Pembroke shire coast is a trail following 186 miles covered with rugged and wild coastline along the Wales westerly peninsula. It has secluded beaches, best fishing villages and castle ruins.

The scent of wild flowers and herbs is spread all over and the coastal habitat has offered a desirable rest to the innumerable coves. The trail is flawless for clifftop walking. One could as well reveal St. David’s the smallest city of UK. Last but not least the other classic adventures that could be carried out at the Pembroke shire coast is the long beaches with prolific bird life and wildlife in Ramsey and Skomer Island. This is the most thrilling experience for nature lovers and bird watchers.