A culinary trip from Caernarfon to Conwy offers wine, whisky and fine produce a world away from rarebit and laverbread
From remote islands to city skylines, seascapes to moorland outlooks, our readers share their favourite landscapes
A cycle route takes in misty lakes, forest tracks and quiet lanes amid a remote, magical part of Powys. The epic ride ends in a cosy pub just as rain sweeps in
The problem with climbing famous mountains like Snowdon is sharing them with thousands of others. So our writer finds a smaller Welsh peak that still makes her feel on top of the world.
Julian Worker has written a number of travel books including
Travels through History : France
Travels through History – The Balkans: Journeys in the former Yugoslavia
Travels through History – Northern Ireland and Scotland
With abseiling, ziplining over a river, rafting and hikes, a two-night camping adventure in the south Wales national park proves energy-sapping – and boundless fun
The Gerald of Wales, which runs the length of the country, is a rarity: a train with an onboard chef serving three-course meals and proper morning fry-ups
From the west’s granite cliffs and stunning beaches to the calmer shores and vast estuaries of the east, the UK must be one of the world’s best locations for long or short hikes by the sea.