Wales has a wealth of delights on offer to foodies

One of the primary reasons that people travel to Wales is to experience the fine cuisine of the country while on holiday.  In fact, every year thousands of people flock to the area to take part in the many different food festivals that are celebrated on nearly a monthly basis

Held in September strung out along Mold and Ruthin Road, the Mold Food Festival is very different than its name as the produce is all locally produced and features famous chefs that host cooking demonstrations as well as live music making the event an all day ball for participants.

Also in September on the 4th and 5th is the Really Wild Festival which is held at St. Davids and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.  Here you can find not only great food, but also crafts and products from across the globe and the wild as the name denotes.  Outside of the many food stalls, you may also want to try your hand at ferret or pig racing for a time that is like no other.

During October on the 9th is the Neath Food Festival which is celebrated in three different locations: West Glamorgan, Neath, and Green Street.  Although last year was its first year it was able to draw thousands in and this year is sure to be no different as the Victorian market transforms into a large area of food stalls and wonderful scents.

Later in October over the 16th and 17th is the Llangollen Food and Drink festival held on Llangollen and Abbey Road.  This festival in particular is thought to be the crème de la crème of the Wales festivals and features hundreds of stalls from all over the globe and also sports quite a few breweries in attendance.