Wales is famous for its natural beauty, defined by the rugged mountainous areas of Mid Wales, the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Park and stretching coastal plains.
However, below the surface, hidden from sight, is something equally spectacular. For millions of years, rocks have been laid down, distorted and eroded, creating a world of stark beauty only found deep underground. Wales’ rich geographical history has resulted in magnificent rock formations just waiting to be explored.
There are caves in Wales suitable for all abilities. However, most of the caves are of a horizontal nature so do not need vertical skills. This makes them ideal for those just starting out. Find out more about caving in Wales or explore one of Wales’ underground attractions.
Fulfill a dream and gallop along a beach
Terrain to challenge the experienced rider. And friendly instruction for the sort of people who wonder how a horse can possibly have 14 hands.
If you have your own mount, bring it along. There are lots of farms and stables that do horsy B&B. Gallop along the shore of the Menai Strait, trek through the Brecon Beacons or explore the equestrian trails of the Ceiriog Valley, which David Lloyd George called ‘a little piece of heaven on earth’. Find out more about the horse riding experiences you can have in Wales.