CAT's woodlands are bursting with biodiversity and are a very important habitat for many of the valley's species.
We are looking for day volunteers to come and get involved!
The Owain Glyndwr Centre is built on the site of the famous parliament held in 1404 at which Owain was crowned Prince of Wales. The Centre hosts a new interactive and informative exhibition on the life, times and vision of Owain Glyndwr.
Set sail through the cascading veil of an underground waterfall and discover a magical place where tales from the mists of time are retold. Tales of Dragons, Giants and the Legendary King Arthur. New for 2017 - Dragon River.
We're so proud of what we have to offer visitors in Wales that we've developed Wales Trails to inspire you to park the car and explore our fantastic country by train, cycle or on foot.
The Celtic Trail (West) Fishguard to Swansea with two potential routes. National Route 4 goes via the coast, whilst National Route 47 is an inland route.
Starting in Chepstow, one of the oldest towns in Wales, the South East Wales section of the Wales Coast Path takes in the South Wales cities of Newport, Cardiff and Swansea.
Lôn Cambria crosses the heart of Mid Wales between Aberystwyth and Shrewsbury
The route connects Llanidloes in the heart of Wales to Holyhead and Anglesey, using minor roads, railway paths, forestry tracks and ancient coach roads.
Your journey starts at Llanelli towards Kidwelly Quay. Kidwelly to Carmarthen - a very popular retail centre for the surrounding area - will take you through the villages of Llansaint, Ferryside and Croesyceilog.
The Celtic Trail is a network of dedicated cycle routes in the National Cycle Network, crossing West, South and Mid Wales, and covering 377 miles in total.
Wales Coast Path Mid Wales takes in all of the Ceredigion Coastal Path, which follows the spectacular and varied coastline of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales.
Our Wales Coast Path North Wales trail integrates with the Llyn Coastal Path
Lôn Teifi is part of National Route 82 between Aberystwyth and Fishguard. The route takes the same course as the Lôn Cambria route along the Ystwyth valley to Pont-rhyd-y-groes before turning southwest.
The Corris Railway is a narrow gauge (2 foot 3 inch) railway whose origins date back to the 1850's. The line was initially built as a horse-and-gravity worked tramroad to carry slate from the quarries of Corris Uchaf and Aberllefenni.
MOMA WALES (Museum Of Modern Art, Wales) flourishes in four beautiful galleries alongside The Tabernacle, a former Wesleyan chapel which opened as a centre for the performing arts in 1986.
Our area here in the Dyfi Valley, Aberystwyth and surroundings is one that simply must be experienced. Since 2009, UNESCO has designated the area as a Biosphere.
Cefn Caer was an important centre of bardic patronage. Cefn Caer would have been home to Owain Glyndwr during the time the Pennal Policy was drawn up.
At the Dwynant we serve fresh cooked food, using local suppliers where possible. Our dishes are all prepared and cooked here at the pub so please be patient if we are busy, it's food worth waiting for!
Situated at the heart of Owain Glyndwr’s independent kingdom, near the mouth of the River Dyfi, is Glyndwr’s Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula, the site of his last parliament.