When I was asked to write a post about what I would miss if I left Wales here was my response.
Over 44 beaches in Wales also have the Blue Flag award for safety, cleanliness and amenities. My favourites are the beaches in Tenby, Rest Bay in Porthcawl my hometown and Barafundle Bay in West Wales which was voted one of the best beaches in the World by Passport Magazine.
Sgwd Gwladys waterfall
We have visited Carew Castle and Cardiff Castle in the last year and whilst both are different they are both equally worth exploring.
Every school child in Wales visits St Fagan's the museum of Welsh life, and it's an interesting day out. Also and this is important, many museums are free in Wales, so you have no excuse not to explore!
The capital city
The Norweigan Church
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales is a brilliant city, not too big, not too small, it's almost like a large town. It has fabulous shopping in St David's 2 with all the big brands as well as independent shopping in the Victorian arcades which has the best deli called Wally's and a fab home store called Rossiter's. There are so many things to do in Cardiff you will never get bored.
Also don't forget to check out Cardiff Bay and all it's attractions too like the Millenium Centre, the Norweigan Church and The Dr Who Exhibition.
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So these are my reasons why you should visit Wales but I have missed out the most important one. The people. Wales has the most friendly people who love a cwtch (hug) and will call you butt (mate) and I would miss the people of Wales dearly if I left.
This post is in collaboration with Flogas and the I Would Miss campaign #IWouldMiss. This campaign looks at what you would miss if you went off grid, and headed off into the wild for a new adventure.
Tell me, have you ever been to Wales? What's your favourite Welsh attraction?
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