This is Wales: a country shaped by its people, inspired by its places, alive with adventure and opportunity.

A thriving enterprise

Find out about Wales' rich history of innovation and the thriving culture of enterprise.

A passion for learning

From primary schools to postgraduate study, it’s an exciting time to discover learning in Wales.

Did you know?

The National Eisteddfod is Europe’s largest music and poetry festival

 

Putting on a show

There’s nothing we like better in Wales than a live performance. Discover more about Welsh festivals and events.

Halen Môn: Salt seller

Discover how world-famous sea salt from the Menai Strait achieved its mark of quality and authenticity.

Take me there

Find out the essential information needed to help you travel to, in and around Wales, by road, sea and air.

The new black gold

Find out how award-winning coffee is helping to regenerate the Welsh town of Ammanford.

Did you know?

Around 19% of Wales has official Dark Sky status – perfect for stargazing

 

Heart of the nation

National Poet Ifor ap Glyn explains how language is at the heart of Welsh daily life.

A clean slate for motoring

Find out how the eco-friendly Riversimple Rasa aims to revolutionise Welsh car manufacturing and change the way we drive.

Did you know?

Wales ranks second in the world for recycling household waste

 

Did you know?

Wales has 8 universities and 14 further education colleges

 

What’s in a name?

Discover the origins and meanings of some of Wales' unique place names.

Cardigan's bay of plenty

Mandy Walters of Cardigan Bay Fish has the perfect family recipe. Seafood doesn’t get any fresher, or better, than this.

The vision behind the sound

Learn about how a golden age in Welsh music moulded BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens and why he aspires to keep that culture alive.

Did you know?

Around 3.1 million people live in Wales – that’s 4.8% of the UK population

 

Castle country

Wales has more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the world.