Wales is famous for its beautiful scenery, rugged coastline, numerous beaches and wonderful National Parks. Why not book one of our coach holidays to Wales and discover for yourself exactly what this lovely country has to offer? Enjoy the picturesque North Wales coast and the spectacular scenery of Snowdonia, or visit the historic town of Tenby and the vibrant city of Cardiff on the South Wales coast.
With so many tourist attractions on offer, you really won’t know where to start. Caernarfon and Conway Castles are an excellent choice, as is a visit to the delightful tourist village of Portmerion. If you enjoy a beach holiday, look no further than the popular resorts of Barmouth, Anglesey and Llandudno.
Coach holidays to Llandudno are available throughout the year from local departure points across the UK with leading coach operators.
Once a kingdom in its own right, Snowdonia features a landscape like no other in England and Wales, from the wild and rugged mountains, crystal clear lakes, cascading waterfalls and a wealth of forest trails, to miles of golden sandy beaches. Snowdonia is the second largest National Park in England and Wales and its wild natural environment provides a perfect escape from summer crowds.
Tenby is an attractive seaside resort steeped in ancient history, with its colourful houses, fortified medieval stone walls, old fashioned narrow cobbled streets and a mix of shops, pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy at your leisure. Enjoying a wonderful location this lovely seaside resort has a delightful harbour, a few beautiful beaches both sides and Caldey Island is nearby to explore. Tenby is a perfect coach holiday destination with an old-time charm that attracts returning holidaymakers year after year.
Porthcawl is the premier seaside resort situated on the South Wales coast. The seaside town of Porthcawl is very popular for its sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. There are seven beaches to explore, with Rest Bay Beach and Newton Bay Beach are the most popular. It also features the Grand Pavilion, long promenade and plenty of walking routes along the coastline.
Discover the Mediterranean style village of Portmeirion, familiar to many as the classic setting for the 60’s TV show ‘The Prisoner’. This unique village designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis is set on its own peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia with clapboard houses, stunning coastal views, gorgeous old churches and lovely gardens
Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the forefront of Welsh culture, sport and tourism. View the Millennium Centre and the National Assembly in Cardiff Bay. Visit the Principality Stadium and the National History Museum, join The Doctor Who Experience and explore the historic Cardiff Castle.
See some of the most magnificent scenery and interesting castles in North Wales from the marvellous railway journeys through the mountainous countryside.
Book our popular coach tours that include the opportunity to ride the Great Little Trains of Wales: Ffestiniog Railway, Llanberis Lake Railway, Snowdon Mountain Railway, Brecon Mountain Railway, Talyllyn Railway, Llanfair Light Railway.