Explore Food and Drink in Wales
Wales offers a unique culinary adventure, set against the stunning backdrop of its hills, valleys and coastlines.
Renowned worldwide for its cheese, a visit to Wales not only gives visitors the chance to try some crumbly Caerphilly or some smooth Teifi, but also the chance to get up close to see how this and a wide range of other award winning cheese is made.
But there’s more. With the clear waters of the Menai Strait producing some of the world’s best sea salt, and smooth whiskies coming from the hills of the Brecon Beacons, there are culinary discoveries to be made around every corner.
Pick up a picnic from a local farm shop, brimming with delicious regional produce, stop for a pint in a country pub that hasn’t changed for over 100 years, go on a foraging course to make hedgerow cocktails, or take a food safari through buzzing Cardiff. Whatever visitors are looking for, in a country that is just 140 miles from top to bottom, let us help you find something to whet their appetite.
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