Wales is packed full of family friendly things to do and see on your holiday. When the weather is good make the most of being outdoors and explore Wales in the sunshine.
Here are some ideas for family friendly things to do on a sunny day:
On a sunny day catch some waves on Caswell Bay or Rossilli Bay. The Gower Peninsular is famous for it’s surfing beaches, with waves to suit beginners and experts.
Take a family surf lesson with Gower Surfing Development to get you started.
A visit to the free open-air museum is a must for all visitors, with forty original buildings from different historical periods to explore in 100 acres of parkland.
Our beaches are some of the cleanest and most unspoilt in the UK.
Pack the family into the car and head off to the coast, choose from the famous beaches on the Pembrokeshire coast or the beautiful beaches on the mid west coast.
For breathtaking views over Llandudno, the Little Orme and Conwy Estuary take a family ride on the Llandudno Cable Car.
The cable car will take you from the Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme, where you can explore the country park and nature reserve.
Sunny day’s are perfect for spotting beautiful Red Kites flying in the sky over Wales. Get a closer look at this magnificent bird of prey by visiting one of Wales Red Kite Feeding Stations where you can observe Red Kites swooping into feed. Visit Gigrin Farm in Rhayader or the Red Kite Centre in Carmarthenshire.
Standing at over 120 feet high the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct carries the Llangollen Canal over the River Dee. On a sunny day cross by narrow boat and you’ll feel as those you are suspended in mid air with stunning views across the Dee Valley.
Oakwood Theme Park in Pembrokeshire has over 30 rides and attractions including the award winning roller coaster Megafobia. Other top rides include Hydro, the steepest and wettest ride in Europe and The Bounce, a 160ft Shot ‘n Drop Tower coaster.
Enjoy a fun family day out packed with rides to suit everyone.
Cool off on a sunny day with a walk through waterfall country in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The 5.5 mile Pontneddfechan Waterfall walk takes you behind a curtain of water at Sgwd yr Eira (Waterfall of the Snow) and past another 5 beautiful waterfalls.
Plas - y - Brenin Mountain Centre offers kayaking for all level of paddlers. You’ll be in the best location to for outdoor activities, with grade II rapids and a huge unspoiled lake to paddle. There are courses for beginners, families and advanced paddlers.
For a wildlife experience to remember take the Pembrokeshire Island Sea Safari. The high speed boat trip takes you through the famous white water of ‘Jack Sound’ to the Skomer Island Nature Reserve before slowing and cruising close to Puffins, Guilemots, Razobills and seals.