Welsh Coastline by FPV
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When in Wales, Go Epic (Part 2)


When in Wales, you take advantage of a deserted, rugged coastline and rip. At least that's what UrbanFPV does in this edit with his 5 inch Aramattan Chameleon. The flight moves from shredding the beach and zipping through ancient ruins, to scenic shots, taken with his DJI Mavic, of an old lighthouse, gorgeous sunsets, and sunlight poking holes through the clouds in the countryside's rocky hills.  It will make you appreciate the beauty of this land from a brand new perspective! 

Carreg Cannen: 12th Century Welsh Castle
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WALES 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Carreg Cennen Castle. A 4K Drone Film

Nathan Jermy

Carreg Cannen is a famous Welsh castle near the town of Trap in the southwestern part of Wales.  Surrounded by massive limestone rock formations, the 12th century castle, which has not been functional since the 15th century, has a daunting appearance.  Contributor Nethan Jermy shot this impressive aerial video of the great ruins using a DJI Phantom drone.  The castle, located in Brecon Beacons National Park, was named by Touropia as one of the top 10 Welsh castles.

Brickworks on Anglesey Island
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Porth Pen Brickworks, Anglesey

Eye In The Sky Cinematography

Angelsey is a large (by Welsh standards) island off the coast of northern Wales.  It has an area of just over 700 square km (around 275 square mi.) and a population of about 70,000.  It is connected to the mainland of Wales via two suspension bridges.  Contributor Follow the Eye used a DJI Phantom 4 Professional drone to create an aerial video of a derelict brickworks in a small secluded cove on Anglesey, an island which is closely associated with the Druids (a sort of Celtic religious order) in Welsh history.

South Stack Lighthouse
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South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey

Joshua Paul Gardner

The South Stack Lighthouse is built on the summit of a small island off the north-west coast of Holy Island, Anglesey, Wales. It was constructed in 1809 to warn ships of the dangerous rocks below.  The lighthouse is located on a small island reached via a descent of 400 steps down the steep mainland cliffs. This video is part of Joshua Paul Gardner's series of drone videos on the iconic landmark, one of the most well known lighthouses in the world and protected under UK conservation statutes.

Conwy: Mighty Welsh Fortress
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Conwy Castle // Little Escape // Episode 5 // North Wales // Drone 4K

Joshua Paul Gardner

Conwy Castle is one of the most famous fortresses in Wales.  It's situated in a town of the same name, on the north coast. It was built by King Edward I of England during his conquest of Wales, between 1283 and 1289. The castle was constructed as part of a wider project to create the walled town of Conwy.  Contributor Joshua Paul Gardner used a DJI Mavic Pro drone and a GoPro ground camera to create this video showing this important medieval landmark from a bird's eye view.

Elan Valley
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Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Elan Valley - 4k Drone Film

Nathan Jermy

The Elan Valley lies in the Powys region of Wales, which runs along the border with England to the east.  It is an area of well recognized natural beauty, and is sometimes referred to as the "Welsh Lake District" by comparison to the Lake District of northern England.  Contributor Nathan Jermy used a drone to capture the spectacular beauty of this area, which is home to numerous lakes and reservoirs.  Much of the valley is recognized and protected under UK conservation law.

Point of Ayr: Lighthouse of Northeastern Wales
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Point of Ayr Lighthouse, North Wales - Aerial Cinematic 's (Mavic Pro / 3DR Solo / Sony A6300)

AS Aerial Cinematics

Built in 1776 Point Ayr lighthouse sits at the very northeast corner of Wales at the Dee River estuary.  It is only a few short miles from the port city of Liverpool in Northern England, which lies to its north and west.  Contributor AS Aerial Cinematics used a 3DR Solo drone to provide a beautiful aerial view of this structure, which has been providing navigation for UK coastal ships for over two centuries, and is one of the country's most well known lighthouses.

Mt. Snowden: Highest Peak in Wales
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Snowdon Summit via Crib Goch // Aerial Adventure // Episode 2 // Snowdonia // Drone 4K

Joshua Paul Gardner

Snowdonia is a UK national park in the northwest corner of Wales.  It is one of the most well known destinations in the region and indeed in all of the United Kingdom.  The area contains Mt. Snowden, the highest mountain peak in Wales which reaches an altitude of 1.1k meters (3.6k ft) above sea level. Using a DJI Phantom 4 drone, contributor Joshua Paul Gardner has created a series of drone videos based on this area, of which this is the second installment.

North Wales Region
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North Wales by Drone in 4K

Cedric Quillet

North Wales is an officially recognized region of the Kingdom of Wales.  As its name suggests, North Wales occupies the northern part of the kingdom, occupying much of the kingdom's coastine along the Irish Sea.  It contains a number of the most recognized cultural sites in Wales, with two of the three Welsh UNESCO World Heritage sites being located in the region.  Contributor Cedric Quillet shot this remarkable video of North Wales using a DJI drone.


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Sunset Surprise

Christopher Walters