Walk the coastal paths, with awesome views over cliffs dotted with nesting seabirds, noisily bringing up their broods. Breathe in the ozone and the scent of wild thyme and sea thrift. Sink your toes into the long sweep of golden sands and gaze out to sea – there are few people here to disturb the tranquillity. Seals bob among the waves. You might even see pods of dolphins and porpoises.
Walk along the Pontcysyllte aqueduct, a stream in the sky. Do you dare to look down to the canal below? Walk on hills purple with heather, buzzing with bees. Trace the path of Offa’s Dyke, that ancient territorial barrier, from the Black Mountains to the Clwydian Hills and across the Dee Valley, to the cliffs of the Llanmynech Hills, and down through the beauty of the Wye Valley to Tintern Abbey and Chepstow. You’ll pass ancient burial sites and settlements, ruined castles and churches, and fortified manor houses – there’s over 170 miles of history to discover here. A Ramblers Walking Holiday in Wales offers a wealth of memories.
For our departures into 2017 in Wales with Chapters Experience Holidays click here.Our sister brand Chapters Experience Holidays is born of the success of our walking holidays and now encompass activities that even more closely complement the destinations we offer.