Wales has a surprising range of different types of landscapes given that it is a small country. It has 750 miles of coastline and combined with some of the most dramatic mountain peaks in the UK makes Wales a popular destination. With vibrant cities, well cared for green spaces and wild untamed landscapes, Wales is a prime modern destination.
Culture is alive and well in Wales; it has its own language which is growing rather than declining in prevalence due to a resurgence of interest in the traditional language of the country. Welsh folk music, art and literary tradition have strong identities and traditions. Wales also has a very strong sporting tradition.
Wales is home to a very impressive number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Three UNESCO sites are situated in Wales. The first is The Castles and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd. This is a series of four castles dating back to the 13th century; Beaumaris in Anglesey, Caernarfon Castle, Conwy Castle and Harlech. King Edward’s castle building and renovation of castles throughout Wales has had a lasting impact on the country’s heritage. The castles and fortifications associated with them are a very important tourist attraction, bringing large numbers of people to the country every year. The second Welsh UNESCO World Heritage site is the Pontcysllte Aqueduct. This impressive structure is over 1000ft long and carries the Llangollen River over the Dee valley. The third UNESCO World Heritage site is the town of Blaenavon, an industrial landscape famed for its industrial history.
Sport in Wales is dominated by the Rugby tradition, and football is another popular sport in the country. Wales is individually represented in the FIFA World Cup, Rugby World Cup and in the Commonwealth Games. Rugby is symbolic of Wales and Welsh sporting endeavour; the team have been successful throughout their history.
The majority of Welsh land is given over to agriculture, making it a largely rural nation. However the cities of Wales are among the most exiting in the UK. World class music events, a wonderful theatrical tradition and cities full of cultural activity, nightlife and excellent cuisine.
Hypnia are pleased to be able to deliver their unique range of memory foam mattresses to all parts of Wales. This is part of their commitment to bring the very best quality products to a wider UK audience. The benefits of a memory foam mattress are numerous and one of the best aspects is that you can easily sleep on one of Hypnia’s mattresses without disturbing or being disturbed by your partner. The material does not wobble or sag as people move on the bed so it is perfect for anyone who shares a bed with a partner who tosses, turns or has a very different sleeping pattern. This is in addition to the benefits to the health that are well documented; hypoallergenic memory foam is great for those who are sensitive to dust mites including asthma sufferers. The material cushion and cups the body in a healthy position, helping with aches and pains and helping you to stay asleep for longer and wake up feeling great.