Ferries to Wales
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Irish Ferries and Stena Line operates regular crossings between Wales and Ireland.
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Wales just captivates its visitors with its rich character and landscapes. The Welsh speak their own Celtic language as well as English and have their own culture, poetry and song, which they celebrate in concerts and unique summer festivals known as 'eisteddfodau'. Wales consists of Snowdonia with breathtaking natural beauty of rugged mountains, long sandy beaches and majestic castles, contrasting wonderfully with a diversity of adventure sports; Caernarfon, a market town dominated by Edward I's impressive medieval fortress, its strong royal connections range from the ancient Celtic Chieftains to the royal family of today; Wye Valley and Vale of Usk, where Wales and England meet, these fertile valleys are peppered with castles - a testament to ancient conflicts, which have now given way to perfect peace and Llangollen, perfectly situated beside the River Dee, it is an ancient market town, steeped in tradition, music, legend and natural beauty. In South West Wales, Swansea Bay encompasses the seaside resort of Mumbles and the beautiful Gower Peninsula, Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.