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Activities in Wales

If you feel like getting active, Wales offers plenty of choice. Because we’re a small nation that comes equipped with mountains, hills, rivers and the sea, you can easily try whatever takes your fancy. How does mountain biking in the morning, coasteering in the afternoon and a round of golf at a leading European course in the evening sound?

Take a ride on the longest zip wire in the northern hemisphere, or you could have great fun underground at Go Below and Bounce Below.

Star gazers can head to the Brecon Beacons National Park or Snowdonia National Park, as both are International Dark Sky Reserves. What about surfing in the scenic surroundings of Surf Snowdonia.

Whether you're an expert in your field or a total novice, you’ll find something to do - wild, new, exciting or relaxing. 

Find out more about all our activities including walkingfishingwatersports and horse riding at our sister site Visit Wales.

Read one of Visit Wales brochures

Our landscape is perfect for exploring. There are coastal walks, historical walks and plenty of places to discover in all the regions of Wales.
Cycling and mountain biking
With our dedicated mountain bike centres and miles of cycling tracks, no wonder Wales is a popular choice for those on two wheels.

Wales offers a huge variety of courses. Perfect for both expert and novice golfers.

Experiences whether you’re a complete beginner or expert. We've stunning landscapes for you to ride.
Search for a variety of fishing opportunities, whether your interest is game, sea or course fishing.

Try your hand at canoeing, kayaking, coasteering, kitesurfing or scuba diving. Or what about surfing, white water rafting or windsurfing?

Kitesurfing, Cardigan
Extreme sports
Looking for an adrenaline rush? Wales is the place for you. There are plenty of extreme sports to try.
Landscape of Wales

We’ve loads to see - mountains, beaches, lakes, gardens and 870 miles of coast path – what are you waiting for?