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Wales ferry ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Wales Ferry sailing to and from the Welsh ports of Cork, Fishguard and Holyhead to the Irish ferry ports of Pembroke, Rosslare, Dublin and Dun Laoghaire.

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Much of Wales' scenery is spectacular, and environmentally important. To protect the environment certain parts of Wales have been designated as "National Parks" or as "Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty".

An area with either of these designation will have high degree of protection from inappropriate development. Whilst these rules exist for environmental reasons, rather than to promote tourism, because "National Parks" and "Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty" have this protection, a visitor to these areas can be confident that they will see some unspoiled scenery.

These areas offer some of Wales' most attractive scenery, and a visitor would be well advised to visit at least one of these areas. That is not to say that there aren't other attractive places in Wales, but the "National Parks" and "Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty" are the "jewels in the outdoor crown".

National Park status offers the highest level of environmental and planning protection in Wales. National Parks tend to cover some very large areas. It should therefore come as no surprise, that some of Wales' most important scenery can be found within its National Parks.

Castle in Wales

Wales has three National Parks.

  • Brecon Beacons National Park (Mid Wales) - spectacular mountain scenery and castles
  • Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (South Wales) - stunning coastal scenery
  • Snowdonia National Park (North Wales) - national park covering Wales' highest mountains

Other important areas which do not have National Park status, have an alternative status- "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" (AONB). These areas tend to cover smaller areas than "National Parks", they will nevertheless be of interest to visitors.

Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Wales are:-

  • Machynlleth - The capital of green Wales and home to the superb Centre for Alternative Technology
  • Cardiff - Cosmopolitan capital with colourful, eccentric castle, dynamic waterfront development and unmissable St Fagans National History Museum
  • Gower Peninsula - Gorgeous sandy beaches, flower-fringed limestone cliffs and easy-going coastal walks, near Swansea and its superb National Waterfront Museum
  • Brecon Beacons - Rugged hillls and wild moors beloved of hikers and mountain-bikers, with great pubs and restaurants
  • Builth Wells - The best of the spa towns and home to the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show
Best Time To Visit Wales

Wales is beautiful at any time of year, but the soggy Welsh weather means that summer (June to August) remains the busiest time for visitors. Most of the rain is concentrated in autumn and early winter, with the worst of the downpours generally between October and January. Winter days are startlingly short, and although you may get a picturesque blanket of snow, many smaller attractions, tourist offices and B&Bs close for the entire low season (October to Easter).

After January the rain slackens off and as temperatures pick up and days lengthen it’s a good time to get out walking. Spectator sports, too, hit their peak, with both the rugby and football calendars coming to a close.

July and August is high season for Wales, coinciding with the major school-holiday period across Britain, hence attractions, accommodation and roads can get choked with visitors, prices are often inflated and even the kindest of locals can get annoyed with the crush. However, this is prime time for a long, lingering night at one of Wales’ countless festivals or a concerted assault on its highest mountains.

To beat the crowds, May and September are great times to visit, combining the best of the weather with the colours of the countryside, but without the clogged roads and accommodation rush of midsummer.

Wales

Wales is a place that becomes an obsession, beckoning back its visitors year after year with its friendly locals, fine food, remarkable landscapes, white-knuckle adventures and admirably green credentials.

Whether you're a fun seeking family, a chilled out couple, or anything in-between, there is a great day out in Wales, come rain or shine.

Choose from a slow paced day seeing castles, museums and tasting our wonderful local produce, or get lively with some outdoor activities or even a music festival or sporting event. We promise you won’t be bored in Wales!

With several direct ferry crossings to Wales from Ireland visitng Wales is relatively easy and inexpensive. There are four routes: Dublin and Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead (1½ to 3¼ hours); Rosslare to Pembroke Dock (four hours); Rosslare to Fishguard (two to 3½ hours); and Cork to Swansea (10 hours).

The following ferry companies operate regular scheduled passenger, car and freight ferries between Ireland and Wales:

  • Irish Ferries - Conventional ferry and fast-boat services from Dublin to Holyhead, and ferry services from Rosslare to Pembroke.
  • Stena Line - Conventional ferry services from Dublin to Holyhead and fast-boat services from Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.
  • Fastnet Lines - Fast ferries sailing between Swansea and Cork

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