There is a reason why many people go back to Wales again and again. Its mountains, colossal coast and fascinating cultural heritage slip into your very core and keep calling back for more. Welsh people are also rightly proud of their heritage, with its largest national park recently officially taking on its Welsh name, changing from Snowdonia to Eryri, the Welsh name for eagle.
Eryri and its highest summit of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), the highest mountain in Wales at 1,085m, is one of our most popular Wales tours, where you can also get a coastal hit along the Llŷn Peninsula. If Wales or Cymru’s coast and crags are what you crave, then hiking a section of the 300km Pembrokeshire Coast Path is sure to get you hooked, where every headland is a highlight, and every cove a keeper.