Wales Travel Photography

To be honest Wales was not on my bucket list and turned out to be an improvised trip with no planning beforehand. It was a completely different trip from what I am used to. For me it is strange going somewhere without knowing what to look for. Usually I plan months and weeks ahead every single day of a trip. The idea I got of this place is that Wales is a pleasantly calm land. It is characterised by infinite stretches of green meadows, endless beaches and tranquil villages scattered along the way. I visited the southern part of Wales and stayed in a small village named Laugharne. We travelled North to Aberystwyth, New Quay, the area around the Pembrokeshire National Park, Cardiff, the Breacon Beacons National Park, Swansea among others.

My favourite spots here were Tenby and the beach of Rhossili Bay. I would recommend anyone visiting southern Wales to pay a visit to these places. Tenby is a lovely and colourful fishing village with a lovely beach (where unluckily I happened to visit on a windy day and the sand dust broke down my camera lens) full of bars and shops and you can spend here a couple of hours strolling around.

What I liked most about Rhossili Bay are the sheep that lie around on the green grass. It’s as if they are in command here! In conclusion Wales is surely a place to relax and indulge in nature, admire the innumerous castle ruins and unwind. It is not a place for everyone since the possibility of activities is not varied and so are the landscapes. However, it is a place to keep in mind if you are travelling with children and looking for a place where you can recharge your batteries.