The heat is on as summer getaway hits Wales
This weekend is predicted to be one of the busiest on the roads this summer, reports the AA.
More than two million Britons are expected to head overseas but with the warm weather continuing, congestion is expected right across the country.
Spain remains the number one destination for the UK holiday market, with the Canary and Balearic Islands continuing to be popular.
However, high July temperatures in Wales have also boosted domestic bookings, with tour operators reporting strong demand for people opting for a 'staycation' instead.
Welsh drivers are the ones who are most likely to stay in the country, travelling on average of 722 miles, compared to 1,322 to those in the West Midlands.
For those opting to stay in Wales, there are plenty of activities and events taking place through the summer to keep you entertained.
The popular Cardiff Bay urban beach makes a return to the capital today after a successful summer last year.
It saw over 250,000 people head to the Bay's Oval Basin to be beside the seaside and enjoy the child-friendly beach, shallow pool areas and a variety of entertainment and rides.
If a day at the beach doesn't take your fancy, there are plenty of adrenaline-fuelled activities going on all around Wales to keep you and the family entertained.
Why not try your hand at scuba diving on Anglesey or coasteering in Pembrokeshire?
Follow these tips from the RNLI on how to stay safe around the Welsh coastline this summer.
Or if you prefer spending your time with your feet off the ground, Europe's only four person zip line has recently opened in Snowdonia, North Wales.