Tourism websites are usually a pretty cringey affair, with slogans straight from the 80s and stock photos of people enjoying themselves on generic beaches. The new one for Wales, though, doesn't have any of that – it's got a distinctly neckbeardy flavour. And we love it.
From the name – Land of Legends – to the .wales domain and freaky illustrations, it makes Wales sound like a kickass historical wonderland. Which, we've learnt, it basically is.
The site is divided into themes like "Boots and Bread (Industrial Heritage & Hardship)," "King Arthur (Merlin, Dragons & The Sword In The Stone)", and even "Ghosts (Spooky Haunts & Tales Of The Otherworld)," with each one listing cool places to visit on that theme.
For Ghosts, for instance, you can visit the ruined 12th century Pennard Castle in Swansea:
Image: Gareth Lovering via Flickr CC
Or the tricky-to-pronounce Plas Newydd in Llangollen, where one of the most famous lesbian couples ever – poets' friends the Ladies of Llangollen – lived in the 1700s and are now said to haunt.
Image: Alistair Young via Flickr CC
You can also explore by region if you've got a trip to Wales planned. We didn't, but we have now.