The Welsh county of Pembrokeshire has been highlighted as a location that many people might wish to take their walking boots
to this summer.
Kate Morgan, food officer at Pembrokeshire County Council and organiser of the Pembrokeshire Fish Week, explained June and July is the best time to visit.
She noted this is before the main tourism season, so the paths and facilities are likely to be a little quieter.
"It is the best time to explore miles of coastal pathway and national park as well as the inland secret waterways," the expert noted.
Ms Morgan went on to suggest the region is family-friendly and described it as a "secret Cornwall" – a reference to its clean and beautiful beaches.
Those with a love of local cuisine could time their trip to west Wales to coincide with Pembrokeshire Fish Week, which kicks off on June 25th and is a celebration of the region's seafood.