Discover what Wales has to offer
The coast of Wales is the “best region on Earth” according to Lonely Planet…and they’re not exaggerating either. This 870-mile stretch is extremely scenic and is dotted with pretty beaches and villages. The Welsh love their water sports…which is only natural seeing as how they have a stunning coastline and almost 400 natural lakes. The highest mountain, Snowdon, attracts more than 350,000 visitors each year: they are retracing the steps of Sir Edmund Hillary--the first person to climb Everest…
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Wales Fast Facts
Language: English, Welsh
Location: United Kingdom
Climate: Moderate, similar to rest of UK
Country Code: 44
Time Zone: GMT+0
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