This is Wales: a country shaped by its people, inspired by its places, alive with adventure and opportunity.
Celebrating Wales, and Welshness!
From Cambodia to Argentina, Welsh communities and culture can be found in places you'd never expect.
Meet our national treasures: Welsh celebrities and famous people
How is modern Wales governed - learn about the Welsh Government and our Senedd (parliament)
Find out how a couple of doctors are enjoying both professional and family life after relocating to South Wales.
Traditions and history
When Welsh people wish you 'Nadolig Llawen', they’re not just thinking about ordinary festivities. They're thinking about horses’ skulls, 3am hymn-singing, odd apples, mountain races and seaside swims too. Jude Rogers dips into the deep Welsh midwinter traditions
Bro a byd - Wales and the world
The Welsh were among the first to settle in the USA and Canada in the late seventeenth century, and the links between Wales and North America are still strong.
Explore our shores
With three protected International Dark Sky Places within its borders, Wales is now one of the top destinations in the world for stargazing.
Did you know Wales is home to three national parks and five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Here’s an overview of our protected green spaces.
Find out how award-winning coffee is helping to regenerate the Welsh town of Ammanford.
Former National Poet Ifor ap Glyn explains how language is at the heart of Welsh daily life.
Find out how the eco-friendly Riversimple Rasa aims to revolutionise Welsh car manufacturing and change the way we drive.
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