Many hundreds of years ago, the Celts and the Romans had pitched their tents in Wales. Wales is located west of England and the Irish Sea – with its 1,200 miles of coastline, secluded bays, marshes and mountains, ancient stone buildings, mysterious medieval castles, scenic hills and beautifully landscaped gardens attract today turn to many tourists and seduced her to extensive Hiking, climbing, mountain biking and much more. Discovery tour by private vehicle with Wales’ landscape and its secrets can be discovered in several ways. If you want to explore it by car, you arrive by ferry from Calais to Dover, for example, or from Zeebrugge to Hull on the British island. Law is conveniently also the possibility to Cardiff, the capital of Wales, Manchester, Bristol, Liverpool or London to fly and rent a car.
But be careful, and there’s left! Furthermore one has to winding roads and at very close Road authorities better brace. By the way, roundabouts, the Welsh have not just saved. Nevertheless, one should not avoid the side streets: Just run it one of the most beautiful places and sites of the Welsh landscape. Hiking and climbing on Sir Edmund Hillary’s footsteps Wales – by the way, the smallest country of Great Britain – is crossed by the Cambrian Mountains, whose highest mountain “Mount Snowdon (Welsh: Yr Wyddfa), however, is only 1085 meters high, but already by the famous mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary and his team for training for his subsequent climb Mt Everest in 1953 was used.