Spotlight On Wales
Land of nature and legend ...
From rolling hills to golden beaches, from soaring sea cliffs to the rugged grandeur of Snowdonia, the scenery of Wales is spectacular.So, too, is its history. Ancient standing stones, ruined Norman castles, tiny harbours which once sent schooners and tall ships half way around the world - everything the intrigued visitor could ever want is to be found in this fascinating country. Time was, Wales produced most of the world's coal and slate. The remains of those industries can still be seen and experienced in one of many "living history" museums. Now the valleys are green again but the unique culture of Wales - its choirs, its poetry, its art and craft - are as vibrant as ever. Whatever you want - walking, climbing, browsing in quiet bookshops or just drinking in the atmosphere - Wales has something to offer. Wales does not just give an experience; it is an experience in itself. More and more attractions are opening in Wales every day as activity operators look at new and exciting ways of helping visitors make the most of the country. For a visitor, Wales is a treasure trove.