Wales is a green country for a reason—it rains here any time of year. The shoulder season from April through May is the best time to visit Wales when flowers bloom, Atlantic puffins take over Skomer, and baby lambs roam the fields. Summer is the busiest season of the year with nice weather but higher prices, so early booking is a good idea. Time from June to August is full of exclusive events like the Big Cheese Festival and Eisteddfod, the celebration of Welsh culture. The breezy period between September and November sees dispersing crowds, more affordable hotel rates, stunning forest hues, and craziness of Porthcawl Elvis Festival. Welsh winters offer lots of things to do from Saundersfoot New Years Day Swim to watching starling murmuration and snow hiking.
Paying tribute of love to the King of Rock'n'Roll, for several years they clothe Elvis Presley' suits and wigs, imitate an immortal voice and motions, despite the age and sex
This incredible natural phenomenon can be seen even in Kent and Cornwall
Hedgehogs are now on the endangered species list in Wales
Summer in Cardigan Bay is marked with playful spectacles performed by dolphins
Explore Wales with outdoor pursuits from June to October—the ideal period for hiking
Explore the underworld of Brecon Beacons' caves, one of the most significant natural attractions of the UK!
Ride a Victorian tramcar to feel the atmosphere of old Llandudno
An exhilarating experience and adventure in Wales which you won't quickly forget!
If you are not afraid of the cold, try Welsh beaches which attract lots of holidaymakers from year to year
Discover this unique and very special adventure soaring hundreds of feet through the air at one hundred miles per hour!
Watch little white fluffy seal pups on the beaches of the Welsh coastline
Try and enjoy sweet and flavorful berries in the summer-autumn season in Wales!
Explore the Brecon Beacons horseback—the experience you've never been riding before!
Pembrokeshire, or the Celtic Deep, is the favourite feeding ground for sea mammals in Wales
Walk along the shoreline of Glan y Môr Elias Local Nature Reserve for a real bird spectacle
With 58 characters this village has the longest name in Europe
An abandoned slate mine is turned into an underground playground
Discover the wonderful world of mountain biking and enjoy the amazing landscape of this country!
More golfers than ever want to be a part of the golf experience in Wales
Welsh waters can't compete with the Pacific, but still boast some wildlife and wrecks
This exhilarating experience, both good for confidence and the spirit, is one of the best ways to make your coastal adventure in Wales unforgettable
Take a break in one of Europe's largest castles to enjoy the medieval traditions of Wales
Witness this popular agricultural event in Llanelwedd that attracts lots of visitors from all over the world
These "sea parrots" really make your day and put a smile on your face!
Amazing vintage autos can be found in Abergavenny’s Bailey Park
Try a fabulous Christmas at Powis Castle: Carols, Father Christmas in his grotto, and an illuminated garden
Twilight is the show time in Aberystwyth Pier when the whole 50,000 starlings perform pre-roosting ballet in the sky
Check out the best live sounds of Welsh summer
Take part in this first-rate cross-country course of Man versus Horse and prove that you belong to the smarter species
Try this folk-tinged event in the Brecon Beacons
Festive Christmas atmosphere full of Welsh traditions and charms
Spiderman, a cavewoman, Batman, mermaids, and others superheroes race in this peat bog
Check out this typical Welsh scene and try some trekking among Wale's famous fluffy residents in the Brecon Beacons
The largest and oldest celebration of Welsh culture in the world
Check out this traditional charity swimming in the icy waters at Saundersfoot on the first day of the New Year
Don't miss the blooming of this natural treasure of Wales in spring—countryside fields, woodlands, and gardens are covered with blue flower carpet!
Join the farmers and find out just how busy lambing season can be
The celebration of all things Irish all over the Great Britain
Attend an exciting match of rugby at the most prestigious stadium on the planet in Cardiff!
Witness one of the most impressive games of rugby heroes and losers during the Six Nations Championship
Christmas tinsel, choral singing and carols in churches, roasted turkey, and pudding, of course!
Pin a daffodil flower or a leek to your clothes and become one of the Welsh to honour the patron saint of the country
Explore the winter magic of the snow-capped peaks of Snowdonia or Brecon Beacons and walk historical trails along the Wales Coast Path
Take a look at this showy game bird when you visit the Gronant Sand Dunes
Snowdrops are a welcome sight towards the end of the winter months!
The world's largest philosophy and music festival
Great experts of swimming and diving but unable to walk on dry land
Try tasty jellies or local ales made from crab apples!