Walking Holidays in Wales, UK
Wales Walking Holidays
Wales Walking Holidays specialise in quality self-guided walking holidays for the independent traveller in North Wales, Mid Wales and the Welsh Borders. Walking in Wales is the best way to familiarise yourself with this unique country with its own culture, language and history.
Wales Walking Holidays offer a personalised service including comfortable walker-friendly accommodations, bed and full Welsh breakfast, detailed route book, maps, door to door luggage transfers, pick up to and from path if accommodations are not on the trail. The accommodations can cater for all dietary needs with prior notice, and packed lunches and evening meals can also be arranged.
Wales - wherever you are the outdoors is right on your doorstep. A Celtic country full of history, folklore and legends, majestic mountain ranges, rolling hills and a dramatic 870 mile coastline ideal for walking. Wales (Cymru) has its own language – Cymraeg (Welsh), which is used every day in certain areas. Croeso i Gymru (Welcome to Wales).
With all our walking holiday packages, you will experience fascinating trails and scenery in various regions, ranging from the rugged mountains of Snowdonia and the Carneddau in the Snowdonia National Park, the rolling hills of Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way National Trails, to the fabulous coastline of the Wales Coast Path.
Tailor-made walking holidays with luggage transfer.
All our packages can be tailor-made whether you want a short break or a week or two's holiday. You can choose any of our packages and start any day of the week. We can incorporate rest days into the route and create shorter or longer days to enable the freedom to explore at your own pace and savour this captivating country.
Offa’s Dyke Path
Follow the 177 miles (285 km) Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail from coast to coast, from Prestatyn in North Wales to Chepstow in South Wales. It is one of the most varied, wild, and scenic of all the trails with flora and fauna as rich and as varied as the historical sights and landscapes.
Wales Coast Path
The Wales Coast Path is a 870 mile (1,400km) long-distance diverse walking route around the whole coastline of Wales, from Queensferry in the North to Chepstow in the South. Wales is the first country in the world to provide a dedicated footpath around its stunning and dramatic coastline.
Anglesey Coast Path
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is a 128 mile (206 km) circular route following the island's varied coastline. One of Wales' best kept secrets, Ynys Môn (Anglesey), is steeped in history, castles, lighthouses, Celtic trails and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
North Wales Path
A 60 mile (97km) captivating trail from Prestatyn to Bangor. Sections of the North Wales Path follow the Wales Coast Path, but diverts to higher ground between Conwy and Bangor with magnificent views across to Anglesey and Snowdonia.
Anglesey and Wicklow
An unique opportunity to walk both sides of the Irish Sea. Savour the Anglesey Coastal Path, Môn Mam Cymru - the Mother of Wales, before taking the ferry over to Dublin and the Wicklow Way, the Garden of Ireland.
Snowdonia and Anglesey
An unique dual based self-guided walking package for those wanting a taste of the rugged mountains of Snowdonia and the breath-taking Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. This package gives you an insight to the diversity of Wales’ terrain.
The Glyndŵr's Way is a 135 mile (209km) horseshoe shaped National Trail starting at Knighton on the Border of England and Wales. The trail crosses west through the Radnoshire Hills through market towns and farmland ending at Welshpool in the heart of Mid Wales.