How to Get the Most Out of Shopping in Wales

When planning a Wales holiday, the issue of shopping must come in.

After a long day of fun and adventure or just some quiet evening in the Cornwall cottages, all one want is a refreshing outdoor activity. What can be much better than some shopping in the rich shopping centres of Wales?

Below is a list of places that you should consider for shopping when on a Cornwall holiday. Make the most out of that trip by feeling the taste of new services, culture and products from any of the great Welsh shopping centres or markets.

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet

McArthurGlen in Bridgend brings you all the best designer names at affordable prices. From jewellery to bags to sportswear. All stock comes to McArthurGlen at a discount price exclusively for outlet stores.

Find them in Bridgend, a short drive from Cardiff in the south of the country.

Cwmbran Shopping Centre

The Cwmbran Shopping Centre isn’t far from the Powys region in South Wales. It has all the amenities of modern shopping centres and is a great place to get all your high street store needs.

The shopping centre also has great food choices in their food court, whether you’re wanting a quick bite of fast food, a classic pub lunch or something a bit fancier, they can cater for every taste throughout the day and early evening.

Cardiff Indoor Market

A great example of a classic British market. Cardiff’s indoor market offers great prices on all the products you love. There is fresh meat and fresh fruit for sale, as well as handmade gifts and other small buys.

It closes at 5.30 so you’ll have to be fast to get your fill!

Castle Quarter Arcade, Cardiff

The Castle Quarter Arcade is a beautiful but small centre that echoes the city’s Victorian heritage. It has a long history as an integral part of Cardiff’s architectural and retail heritage, the arcade is over 130 years old!

The Victoria Shopping Centre, Llandudno

The Victoria Shopping Centre in Llandudno is another example of the Victorian era’s lasting impression on Wales. There are plenty of big names lining the street as well as independent and homegrown hidden gems.

Parking won’t be an issue either, with a dedicated multi-storey car park available for parking.

If you’re venturing to Wales for a shopping extravaganza, why not make the most of it and book an entire weekend in one of the country’s many holiday cottage options.

There are so many to choose from, but whether you’re looking for a traditional country retreat or a modern home away from home, there are tonnes of options to provide you with the perfect holiday in Wales. Visit iknow UK to start planning your trip today!