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Парки и природа в г. Уэльс

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Парк скульптур
“What is it? A green haven in the south of the city. Why go? Spread over almost 250 acres, this Grade I-listed park offers an abundance of luxuriant green space. Kids will love the huge playground, while those with a hankering for horticulture can explore the Victorian Palm House, home to Liverpool’s fab botanical gardens. Caves, waterfalls... it’s like being on another continent altogether.”
  • Рекомендуют 68 местных жителей
Парк
“Big open green space along the river next to Cardiff Castle. With Coffee shops and snack bars. Great place to chill and unwind. ”
  • Рекомендуют 63 местных жителя
Парк
“Snowdonia is a great place to come walking and we have a network of walks for people of all abilities. Whether you want the challenge of ascending Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, or prefer one of our leisurely walks along the coastline, or low level lakeside trails, you’re guaranteed breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes.”
  • Рекомендуют 82 местных жителя
National Park
“From the depths of its limestone caves to the grandeur of Pen y Fan and Cribyn, its highest peaks, there’s plenty to explore in this gem of a national park. 🗺️ 43.9 miles from Ynys Hut. 📌 Brecon, CF48 2HY.”
  • Рекомендуют 79 местных жителей
Botanical Garden
“The National Botanic Garden of Wales is a Botanical Garden located in Llanarthney in the River Tywi valley, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The garden is both a visitor attraction and a centre for botanical research and conservation, and features the world's largest single-span glasshouse measuring 110 m long by 60 m wide.”
  • Рекомендуют 62 местных жителя
Парк
“The Brecon Beacons National Park is loved for its big green open spaces which offer miles and miles of wonderful walking.”
  • Рекомендуют 43 местных жителя
Парк
“Beautiful National trust garden where you can see Snowdonia. (about 40 minutes drive)”
  • Рекомендуют 36 местных жителей
Театр
“ Beautiful park in the centre of Chester. Mini railway and large children's play area. Summer hosts the outdoor theatre.”
  • Рекомендуют 16 местных жителей

Игровые площадки

Playground
“The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of this Welsh border castle sit high on a rocky mound on the edge of the small, picturesque town of the same name.”
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Playground
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Playground
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Playground
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Beach
“One of the most beautiful beaches. A must see if you’re in the area. Its a stunning half an hour walk along the cliffs from the car park at Stackpole Quay, but really worth it. You can walk back via the lovely Bosherton Ponds to make a circular walk. Really stunning. ”
  • Рекомендуют 25 местных жителей
Beach
“Running alongside the majestic Newborough Forrest, this spectacular beach stretches for over 3 miles and is framed to the left by the majestic mountains of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula. The walk to the lighthouse at the tip of Llanddwyn Island will take about 30-45 minutes at a gentle walking pace, and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular view of the North Wales coast. Fish and chips are available in Newborough village too!”
  • Рекомендует 21 местный житель
Beach
“Lovely beach, which you can drive straight on to. Dog friendly, with separate area during high season. Toilets and refreshments available. ”
  • Рекомендуют 14 местных жителей
Beach
“Freshwater West was used as the location for Shell Cottage during the course of filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 2009 and 2010. The beach has also been used as a filming location for Ridley Scott's Robin Hood.”
  • Рекомендуют 22 местных жителя
Beach
“Several of our guests have enjoyed visiting the famous Rhossili Bay during their stay. They often stop off at Rhossili Bay on the way to their stay”
  • Рекомендуют 14 местных жителей
Beach
“Harlech Beach provides a four-mile stretch of pristine golden sand, with stunning views of the Snowdonia mountain range. The beach is backed by grassy dunes. The Morfa Harlech National Nature Reserve at the north end of the beach is Wales’s only growing dune system and provides a good example of the effects of longshore drift. To the south lies Shell Island, a promontory which, as the name suggests has an abundance of shells. During the summer months leatherback turtles migrate from warmer climes to feed off jellyfish in the waters off this part of the coast. In 1988 a record-breaking 916kg leatherback was washed up here after becoming tangled in fishing equipment. Swimming in the clear waters here is generally safe although there is no lifeguard presence and at times jellyfish can be found off this part of the coastline. The beach is popular with families and dog walkers, although there are restrictions on dog walking at certain times of the year. 13th century Harlech Castle lies around 1000 metres behind the beach. This imposing structure was built as a stronghold by Edward I and played an important role in The War of the Roses and the English Civil War. It is open to visitors throughout the year. When it was first built the castle stood immediately next to the sea, but over the centuries the coastline has shifted significantly. To access the beach take the Ffordd Glan Mor road from the village of Harlech past the Min-y-don Holiday Park, beyond which is a pay-for car park. From here a 400 metre path leads down to the beach Type of beach Sandy Lifeguard service No Dogs friendly beach? Dogs allowed A small section of beach immediately in front of the holiday park has a dog ban between April 1st and September 30th. The rest of the beach is dog-friendly year round. Gwynedd dog friendly beaches » Activities Swimming/bathing Surfing Facilities Shop Nearest town Porthmadog Postcode LL46 2UG OS grid ref. SH 5684 3145 Water quality Water quality star rating Awards Green Coast AwardMarine Conservation Society Recommended”
  • Рекомендуют 10 местных жителей
Beach
“A truly beautiful beach - you can either park in the National Trust car park above the beach and take the steps down or why not park up at Bosherston Lily Ponds - it's such a magical walk through the beautiful ponds and woodland pathways which suddenly open out onto Broadhaven's golden sands, before strolling back for scones and clotted cream at the wonderfully quaint and quirky Bosherston Tea Rooms. There's also a fabulous foodie trailer on Broadhaven South car park run by Paternoster farm serving up all their locally grown produce and icecream! ”
  • Рекомендуют 6 местных жителей
Beach
“Saundersfoot Sea Safari trips. Saundersfoot Sea Safari are a family run business operating daily from Saundersfoot harbour. Our charter vessel is a fully licensed 10m Humber rib named Matani after our youngest daughter. The vessel is licensed to carry 12 persons plus 2 crew, it has comfortable seating and is suitable for all ages. Our season commences from April until October. Their vessel is operated by a highly qualified and experienced skipper and crew and their passenger care, safety and enjoyment are paramount. They operate a variety of trips including Wildlife/Historic Caldey Island Safari, Wet & Wild, The Ultimate Thrill, Dolphin & Seal Safari”
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Тропы

Тропа
“The home of Welsh rugby. Like every man, woman and child in Wales your host is a passionate Wales supporter and hasn't missed a game in years.”
  • Рекомендуют 117 местных жителей
Mountain
“Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. There are several walking routes which are classed as hard or strenuous. The LLanberis path is a popular first time path or you can take the Snowdon Mountain Railway!”
  • Рекомендуют 62 местных жителя
Mountain
“Pen y Fan is the highest peak in south Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. 🗺️ 43.9 miles from Ynys Hut. 📌 Brecon, LD3 8NF.”
  • Рекомендуют 34 местных жителя
Тропа
“Absolutely great for you walking and cycling enthusiats. Around a 45 minute drive away. ”
  • Рекомендует 31 местный житель
Bike Trail
“Visitors who have used this centre tell me it is fantastic, but be sure to book your uplifts before you go! The centre is less than 15 minutes drive from here.”
  • Рекомендуют 20 местных жителей
Bike Trail
“The place to head for mountain bike trails for a range of abilities (and bike hire), trail running routes, walks to epic waterfalls and a good cafe.”
  • Рекомендуют 24 местных жителя
Тропа
“Perhaps take a walk along Chester’s Roman wall and gain a rare perspective of this extraordinary city? Always a great activity for the family to see the many wonderful sights of Chester.”
  • Рекомендуют 15 местных жителей
Тропа
“A walk to the Rhaeadr Fawr waterfall through Coedydd Aber with views of the Carneddau mountains and back via higher ground on the west side of the valley providing panoramic views of Anglesey and the Menai Strait. Points of interest include archaeological remains and links to the last rulers of Gwynedd, whose thirteenth century court was at Abergwyngregyn”
  • Рекомендуют 18 местных жителей

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