A Wales road trip has a few secret rabbits under it’s hat. Yes, there are mountains, castles and sheep, but there are also Italianate villages, Victoriana sweetshops and sweeping surfing beaches.
Top tips for your UK family seaside holiday. Anecdotes, realism and children.
How do you organise a group St Ives holiday? Answer, split them up into chocolate box fisherman’s cottages. Then check out the fabulous St Ives beaches, walk llamas over the Cornish hills, feed an alpaca army, bob about on a seal boat and catch a show at the cliff top open air Minack Theatre.
What can you do in a large group in South Devon for the weekend? Answer: stay an old school house in Slapton complete with school field, taxidermy, a papier mache shark and a swarm of daddy longlegs.
Pembrokeshire – discovering remote beaches reached through secret cliff tunnels or stone archways, fugitive falcons and a military presence in this corner of Wales.