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    100 Things Everyone Should Do In Wales At Least Once

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    1. Go camping in the Brecon Beacons.

    2. Get your fortune told on Llandudno Pier.

    3. Spend an afternoon reading in Gladstone's Library in Hawarden. Or if you fancy it, stay overnight.

    4. Go dolphin spotting in Newquay.

    5. Spend a weekend pretending you're in Italy in Portmeirion.

    6. And if you're planning a trip at the end of the summer, get tickets to Festival No. 6.

    7. Take a picnic to Erddig on a sunny day.

    8. Visit the Dan-yr-Ogof caves near Abercraf.

    9. Walk up to the Worm's Head in Rhossili.

    10. If you're in north Wales around Christmas, go see a pantomime at Theatr Clwyd.

    11. Take a disposable barbecue for dinner on the beach in Talacre.

    12. Visit the Devil's Bridge in Ceredigion.

    13. Spend the day exploring Conwy Castle.

    14. Visit Llandovery sheep festival.

    15. Be brave and run into the sea in Anglesey.

    16. Head to Ruthin and climb Moel Famau.

    17. Go to the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea.

    18. Go on the The Great Orme Tramway in Llandudno.

    19. Go to The National Eisteddfod festival.

    20. Have a proper pub lunch at the Pant-yr-Ochain in Gresford.

    21. Cheer on the national rugby team at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

    22. Get a photo with the sign at Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.

    23. Pay a visit to the Big Pit National Coal Museum in Blaenavon.

    24. Go to a café and order yourself a Welsh cake.

    25. Get the Snowdonian Mountain Railway.

    26. Go to Hay festival in Hay-on-Wye.

    27. Go wakeboarding or surfing in Abersoch.

    28. Visit Castell Coch in Tongwynlais.

    29. Take a boat trip to Skomer Island in Pembrokeshire to see the puffins.

    30. Go to Penrhyn Castle in Bangor.

    31. Spend your change on the amusements at Barry Island.

    32. Pay a visit to the National Library in Aberystwyth.

    33. Go on a whiskey tour of the Penderyn Distillery.

    34. Get a taste of Welsh village life in Coedpoeth.

    35. Spend a day at St Fagans in Cardiff.

    36. Walk the Cwm Idwal Circuit in Snowdonia.

    37. Visit the Centre for Alternative Technology in Powys.

    38. Get a traditional Welsh oggie from the Llangollen Oggie Shop.

    39. Visit Chirk Castle and pack a picnic to enjoy in the garden.

    40. Take a boat trip to Caldey Island off Tenby.

    41. If you want a special treat, go paragliding in Rhossili.

    42. Visit the wooly mammoth in the National Museum in Cardiff.

    43. If you're feeling brave, pack your walking boots and climb the Sugar Loaf in Monmouthshire.

    44. Go see a show at Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon.

    45. If the weather's hot, head to Barafundle Bay.

    46. Order Welsh rarebit for lunch.

    47. Watch a film under the stars at Cardiff Castle.

    48. Go hiking up Llyn y Fan Fach in Carmarthenshire.

    49. Go for a walk in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

    50. Stand on the cliffs of Mwnt, a cove on the Ceredigion coast.

    51. Go for a walk around the abandoned Dinorwic Slate Quarry in Gwynedd and check out the Slate Museum.

    52. Dive into the water at Abereiddi’s Blue Lagoon.

    53. Go and see a show by the National Theatre of Wales.

    54. Visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay.

    55. Pay a visit to St Govan's Chapel in Pembrokeshire.

    56. Hire a canal boat for the weekend and meaneder down Llangollen canal.

    57. Go on an underground tour in the Dolaucothi Gold Mines.

    58. Visit Powis Castle, near Welshpool.

    59. Pack gins in tins and go for a walk in the Fairy Glen Nature Reserve in Betws y Coed.

    60. Pay your respects to Gelert at his gravestone in Gwynedd.

    61. Check out the views from the bell tower of St. David's Cathedral in Pembrokeshire.

    62. Visit Dylan Thomas' boathouse in Laugharne.

    63. Go strawberry picking at Bellis in Holt.

    64. Get a train along the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highlands Railway.

    65. Go gorge walking in Abergavenny.

    66. Go for a walk along Glamorgan Heritage Coast.

    67. Go for a swim in Lido Ponty in Pontypridd.

    68. Get tipsy on a pub crawl in Aberystwyth.

    69. If you've got a car, drive over Barmouth Bridge at sunset.

    70. Visit Tintern Abbey.

    71. Get chips with curry sauce from your local chip shop.

    72. If you want to go to a music festival, try Green Man.

    73. Learn about Welsh art at the Martin Tinney Gallery in Cardiff.

    74. Go for a walk in the Merthyr Mawr sand dunes.

    75. Drive up Bwlch Y Groes.

    76. Go and see a performance by a male voice choir.

    77. Trampoline underground at Zip World Bounce Below in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

    78. If you see bara brith on the menu, order it!

    79. Go ice skating at Deeside Ice Rink on a Friday or Saturday night.

    80. Marvel at Pistyll Rhaeadr.

    81. Go to the Marina Towers Observatory in Swansea.

    82. Visit the waterfalls in the Neath Valley.

    83. Buy some cheap prosecco and rent a boat on Roath Lake in Cardiff.

    84. Go surfing at Langland Bay in Gower.

    85. Or if you don't want to count on nature to bring the waves visit Surf Snowdonia.

    86. Try some ice cream at Joe's.

    87. If you're feeling brave, visit Morfa Dyffryn nudist beach.

    88. See a movie at Brynamman Public Hall Cinema.

    89. Get yourself a full Welsh breakfast.

    90. Visit the Elan Valley Reservoirs in Powys.

    91. Visit the Elegug Stacks in Pembrokeshire.

    92. Go to Sculptureheaven in Rhydlewis.

    93. Eat your way through Swansea Market.

    94. Visit Dewstow Gardens and Grottoes in Caerwent.

    95. Pay a visit to The Boneyard in Cardiff on the first Saturday of the month.

    96. Stroll through the gardens of Plas Cadnant.

    97. Take a zipline through Conwy valley.

    98. If you want to splash out, get dinner at The Walnut Tree in Abergavenny.

    99. Take in the views at Lake Vyrnwy.

    100. Stop for some tea at Ty Hwnt i'r Bont in Llanrwst.