Welsh culture is full of myths and legends. Even the country's national symbol—the dragon—is a mythical beast. Almost every mountain, river, and lake, as well as many farms and villages, are associated with some legend of tylwyth teg (fairies), magical properties, or fearful beasts.
In this section you can find information about the Welsh culture which includes information on; The Welsh Flag, Eisteddfods, Welsh Food, Welsh music, and much more. Why not take a look.
From the arrival of the Celts in 600bc to the Ryder cup being held at Celtic Manor, Wales through the centuries has been central to many significant historical events.
Welsh was recognized as an official language in 1966. Since the 1960s there has been a movement to increase the use and recognition of Welsh. It is now taught in schools, and there are Welsh radio and television broadcasting facilities.
In this section you can find information about the Welsh language which includes mini Welsh lessons, games and programmes.