Picture-Perfect Places to visit in Wales

by Venancio Guerra

The sun is shining, and so it’s time to get a wiggle on. Wales, bordered by England to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and west, is petit, but just so big on the lush countryside, superb scenery, and some of the UK’s most beautiful locations. So, grab your sunglasses, walking shoes, and a camera. We’re going to Wales!

Brecon Beacons Park, South Wales

Those looking for dramatic views will find them in Brecon Beacons Park. Covering 520 square miles, this area of spectacular scenery and wealth of wildlife is a walker’s paradise, You’ll need your camera at the ready; the views are phenomenal.

Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire

Whether it’s a picnic on the beach or a quick dip in the sea you fancy, Barafundle Bay offers an impressive setting for a get-together with family and friends. Backed by dunes and pine trees, the picturesque spot is only accessible by walking a half-mile along a scenic pathway, making it a truly beautiful spot detached from the busy outside world.

Portmeirion, Gwynedd

Talk about a storybook town. This beautiful village is lined with Riviera-inspired houses that stand out amongst the trees and its own ornamental garden located in the center of town.

There are many idyllic spots to take a break from walking and enjoy your alfresco lunch close to the village.

Designed by Sir Clough Williams- Ellis in the early 20th century, Portmeirion is a picture-perfect location filled with history and architecture. Take a stroll past the Gothic Pavilion, Bristol Colonnade, Hercules Hall, and Belvedere to visualize the towns.

Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey

Romantic and remote, Llanddwyn Island boasts plenty of great picnic spots in spectacular surroundings. On a beautiful summer’s day, you can relax by the water with a picnic and a book, listening to the world go by. And on a late summer evening, you can watch the sun go down on the hills, while the waves crash against the shore – the perfect setting for a romantic picnic for two.

Tenby Harbour, Pembrokeshire

It’s hard not to fall in love with the pastel-colored houses, quaint beach, and boating harbor at Tenby. This unique harbor is built into the corner on North beach and is the perfect spot for young children to splash about. Head down to the harbor early to catch a boat trip to Caldey Island – to see more picture-perfect views!

Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula

Ringed by a spectacular shoreline of sand dunes, limestone cliffs, and salt marsh, Three Cliffs Bay is a sight worth seeing – and snapping a picture obviously! Frequently visited by horses and their riders who love a gallop along the long stretch of golden beach. The views are amazing and worth traveling for but beware the walks to and from the car parks aren’t for the faint-hearted.

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