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Borth's sandy beach is the longest in Ceredigion. With three miles of gently shelving golden sand this Blue Flag Beach is especially popular with families with younger children and sailboard enthusiasts.
Tucked away in the foothills of Cadair Idris Country, the peace and simplicity of this ancient church has much to offer our busy, hectic and often troubled world.
Discover the moths that make this reserve their home at this joint event with the Montgomeryshire Moth Group.
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.
The Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway is the longest in Britain and the only one in Wales. Its 778 feet undulating track and tilted carriages are the unique work of Victorian engineer G. Croyden Marks.
Falconry Experience Centre offers an insight into the world of Birds of Prey. Fly and handle Lakota the Bald Eagle or Moggie the White Faced Owl.
We offer exclusive short escorted wildlife-watching holidays, breaks and day trips with a difference, operating throughout the year in some of the richest wildlife areas of Wales.
Clarach South beach lies about a mile along the Ceredigion Coast Path over Constitution Hill from Aberystwyth, or about three miles through a nature reserve and the village of Llangorwen.
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.
Distinctive remains of a native Welsh castle, probably begun by Prince Llywelyn ab Iorwerth ('the Great') around 1221.
The Cambrian Line runs cross-country from Shrewsbury through a varied rural landscape, beginning in the gentle, rolling borderlands of the Mid Wales Marches, through the Cambrian Mountains and on to the Cardigan Bay Coast.
A grade II listed Georgian mansion. Formerly the home of the Marquess of Londonderry, the property was left to the people of Machynlleth in 1948 and eventually aquired by Machynlleth Town Council in 2008.
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.
The Dyfi Biosphere is part of a network of UNESCO 'Biosphere Reserves' throughout the world where information and experiences can be shared and new ideas explored. Others include the Central Amazon, Niagara Escarpment and Gran Canaria!
UNESCO has designated the area in and around the Dyfi estuary, Aberystwyth and surroundings as a Biosphere Reserve – a special place, internationally recognised and one of only six in the UK
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.
The route connects Llanidloes in the heart of Wales to Holyhead and Anglesey, using minor roads, railway paths, forestry tracks and ancient coach roads.
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 is a network of dedicated cycle routes in the National Cycle Network, crossing West, South and Mid Wales, and covering 377 miles in total.
Our Wales Coast Path North Wales trail integrates with the Llyn Coastal Path