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Surf in Snowdonia

Mountainous Snowdonia may not seem like the place to catch a wave – but Surf Snowdonia, the artificial wave park, is a great place for both beginners and advanced surfers to practice their board skills. The park is expanding and rebranding as Adventure Park Snowdonia in 2019, with a £16m investment into new activities such as bouldering, artificial caving and mountain biking, plus new woodland glamping pod accommodation. Surf with or without instruction from £35pp.[Photo: Getty]

Britain's best holiday getaways for 2019

Ellie Ross
Contributor

Got your new holiday allowance for the year but no idea where to go? We’ve got you covered. The UK is packed with great places to spend your precious annual leave – so you don’t have to travel too far.

Whether it’s an action-packed activity break you’re after, or a relaxed ramble through fine English vineyards, here are some of our favourite getaways for 2019.

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