|Subject: Re: Wales|
The Wales Tourist Board is at http://www.visitwales.com and you can
also get information via http://www.visitbritain.com (click on Wales
on the map and it will lead you to links such as cycle tours,
natural wonders, cities, etc).
http://www.waterfrontwales.com is the website to check if you're into watersports of any kind, and at http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk you can choose from a variety of holidays whether you just want to stay in an hotel, prefer a cottage or even want to learn dry stone walling or similar.
And if it's country and nature you want, try http://www.kitecountry.co.uk http://www.tourism.powys.gov.uk http://www.llandudno.tourism.co.uk http://www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk http://www.ceredigion.gov.uk http://www.borderlands.co.uk or if narrow guage railways are on your list, try http://www.mybritain.com/historicrailways.htm
Cheers Sue, in Western Australia where it's already tomorrow.