From the snowy peaks of Snowdonia to the glorious Wales Coastal Path, this compelling compendium is a fact-filled journey through Wales' most iconic landmarks and popular tourist attractions. Experience the country's immense history, from the breathtaking World Heritage Sites to the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the countless castles, secluded beaches, mystical rivers and hidden gems which can be found across the land. This handy book can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets of Cymru.
MARK REES is the arts writer for Wales' largest selling newspaper, the South Wales Evening Post, and also writes for several leading magazines and weekly titles, including Swansea Life. Outside of print, he is a member of the Wales Theatre Awards judging panel, hosts a monthly arts show on local radio, has presented three documentaries on Welsh culture and, as a fluent Welsh language speaker, plays an active role at the National Eisteddfod. His two previous books, The Little Book of Welsh Culture (2016) and Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives (2017), were both published by The History Press. He lives in Port Talbot.