I might have taken more travel related photos of Wales than any other country (it's only a one hour drive away from home). It's largely mountainous and one of the wettest countries in Europe, which helps explain why there are plenty of excellent waterfalls. I like waterfalls, and castles are great too. There are also lots of castles in Wales.
Wales is great for walking and in 2012 it became the first country in the world to have a 'formal trail' (some other country must have had an informal trail) following the whole coastline.
Photos of Grey Mare's Tail Waterfall in Coed Felin Blwm, Wales
Photos of Llyn Crafnant Reservoir in Wales, and the surrounding area
A former passenger ship beached on the North Wales Coastal Path since the 1980s
A riverside town, hundred foot waterfall, forests, abandoned mines, lakes, reservoirs and spectacular views
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