There has never been such a good time to discover Wales. Granted, we don't quite know what you're expecting but if cruising along a canal in Llangollen or jumping off a cliff in Pembrokeshire (we call it coasteering, by the way), bijou boltholes or great-value family self-catering holidays come to mind. Look no further.

 There's plenty of slow, succulent food that's fresh and local and fast, flowing tracks that twist and turn into a mountain biker's nirvana, not forgetting the good old fashioned seaside. For that matter, our mountains and castles haven't changed much either.