Welsh tourism hotspots are so packed people are offering bribes to get in
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Welsh tourism hotspots are so packed people are offering bribes to get in

Beaches and tourist destinations have been packed across Wales over the half-term holiday with figures showing a massive rise in football.

Four Welsh beauty spots were among the UK visitor destinations that saw the biggest increase in visitors as people booked holidays at home rather than overseas.

Analysis of mobile data from Huq GB saw Tal-y-bont in Gwynedd host the biggest increase in visits and footfall over the sunny Bank Holiday weekend – a rise of 60% compared to the three previous weeks.

Saundersfoot, Tenby and Amlwch also made the list of the top 15 destinations to see the biggest increase in visitor numbers.

In an interview with the Daily Post, Dylan Evans, director of Islawrffordd Caravan Park in Tal-y-bont explained how the park’s 275 units were fully booked, and bribes were being offered to stay at the park.

“We’re much busier at this time of year than in previous years,” he said.

“Weekends are always full but on Thursday occupancy dropped only to 98%, so…

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