Monday, July 26, 2010

Exploring the Brecon Beacons by Car

One of Wales’s three National Parks, the Brecon Beacons National Park is located in South Wales and has become one of the most popular summer tourist destinations in the UK. If you’re unsure of where to go this summer, consider taking a relaxing break away to the Brecon Beacons.
The Brecon Beacons
One of Britain’s breathtaking destinations, the Brecon Beacons is a particularly beautiful area of Wales all year round. From traditional market towns to castles, country walks to stunning landscapes, you are sure to have an enjoyable time in the area. There are a number of activities to partake in whilst you visit, such as visiting castles, exploring caves and admiring the incredible waterfalls - all easy to visit in your car! Whether you’re travelling as a family, a group or perhaps on your own, you won't get lost for things to do or places to visit. The National Park Authority is a great place to start when looking for things to do, as they run a programme of walks, activities and events.
Accommodation in the Brecon Beacons
With accommodation to suit all tastes and wallets, the Brecon Beacons offers a broad range of places to stay. From self catering cottages to hostels, guest houses and inns, you are sure to find the perfect place to stay when you take a trip to the Brecon Beacons. More and more accommodation in the area is being awarded the officially approved 'Green Dragon standard'; so you know you will be in safe hands wherever you stay.

Booking Your Trip to the Brecon Beacons Online
Many people still like to visit their local travel agents to book a holiday, however, with the advancement of the Internet there's now the option to do everything from the comfort of your own home. The Internet has a broad range of information on the Brecon Beacons including details on attractions, things to do and accommodation. Most importantly booking your trip to the area online will not only save you valuable time, it will save you money in the process also.
An extremely popular area for people with classic cars, the Brecon Beacons sees many visitors travelling to the area in their pride and joy! Visit this magnificent area and discover its delights by car, you'll see much more than you ever could by using public transport.
About the Author
Charlotte Walker writes for MediaVest (Manchester) on a range of motoring topics including great British days out and classic car insurance.

1 comment:

Technoman 2 said...

Spent many an hour wandering around the Brecon Beacons when I lived in the UK. It is a lovely part of the world.