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What To Eat In Wales! From where to go, to what to eat, here is just a sample of the delicious comfort foods you'll find in Wales including Welsh Cakes, Bara Brith, Rarebit, and some of the best ice cream I've ever tasted.

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Llangollen, Wales. North Wales is a magical, mysterious and enchanting world away. Rent a centuries-old cottage, wake to sheep grazing outside your window and soak in a culture which isn't, but feels, long forgotten.

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This little village is a bookworm's paradise

Known as "the town of books", this little village in Wales is quite possibly the most charming and simultaneously intellectually stimulating community in the world.

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Gower Peninsula (Wales). 'Just along the coast from the cities of Cardiff and Swansea, but a different world entirely, the Gower Peninsula has been a favourite with local holidaymakers for years. This 15-mile-long thumb of land has broad butterscotch beaches, pounding surf, dreamy sand dunes, precipitous clifftop walks and rugged uplands. It’s a perfect place for cycling and walking, with surfing, and wonderful beaches for families.'…

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Ancient Ruins, Llyn Dwyarchen, North Wales photo via hrefna (Blue Pueblo)

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16 hidden gems in Wales you may never have heard of

16 hidden gems in Wales you may never have heard of - Llanthony Priory: Overlooked by the guidebooks in favour of Tintern Abbey to the south, Llanthony Priory is set far up into the hills of the Black Mountains and as remote and beautiful as it gets. Giraldus Cambrensis described it in the 12th century.

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Beddgelert, a magical little village in the heart of Snowdonia. Some of the best Christmas discos ever were held years ago at the Royal Goat Hotel there. A beautiful drive from Caernarfon in the moonlight and with a light covering of snow.

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The Best Trek You've Never Heard Of

The Wales Coast Path is often missing from the hiker’s bucket list. Treks like the Inca Trail and Kilimanjaro have their rightful spots, but the path along the Welsh coastline, speckled with quaint towns, immersed in history, and blanketed with fairytale-inspiring landscapes, somehow hasn’t made the cut. Perhaps most hikers simply haven’t heard of it.

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This fascinating journey delivers the best of Scotland, England’s Lake District, North Wales, and the Emerald Isle. Begin in lively Glasgow and head north via the “Bonnie Banks” of Loch Lomond to Fort William, Loch Ness, and the Highland capital of Inverness. Travel south, stopping to visit a whisky distillery and Balmoral Castle (when open). ...

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