Wye Valley & Vale of Usk

This is the borderland where King Arthur ruled, the Romans bathed, the Normans settled, pilgrims worshipped and Turner sketched. Today, it’s a place where grapes ripen, salmon leap, markets bustle and culture thrives. Walkers, mountain bikers and canoeists love the place. And a large chunk of it is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Visit the official regional website for more information: www.visitmonmouthshire.com

Fourteen Locks Canal Centre with lots of people outside.

An insider guide to Newport

Newport native Darragh Mortell's insider guide to Newport, South Wales - the history, where to eat, drink and hang out.
Crowds gather on a high street at the Abergavenny Food Festival

Things to do in Abergavenny, Wales

Our guide to the best things to do in Abergavenny, a quaint Welsh market town surrounded by the Brecon Beacons.

The Lower Wye Valley from the Eagle's Nest, Wyndcliffe

Sun-dappled trails: Wye Valley AONB

With beautiful woodlands and lush riverside scenery that attracts artists and poets, the Wye Valley is an inspiring place for an active break.

Chepstow Castle

Spotlight on Chepstow

With a magnificent Norman castle, Chepstow makes a great base from which to explore the Wye Valley.

Celtic Manor Hotel, Newport

Celtic Manor for families

The Celtic Manor is the perfect place for a family weekend break.

Sali's children in the calving shed

Down on the family farm

Writer Sali Hughes takes her family on an unforgettable trip to a working Monmouthshire farm.

A raft at the Adventure Golf course at the Celtic Manor Resort

A Celtic Manor getaway

The extraordinary Celtic Manor is a brilliant place for an action-packed getaway

Hay-on-Wye Food Festival

Enjoy Hay on Wye

10 ideas for fun things to do at any time of year from local resident Emma Balch.

Part of city coat of arms, Belle Vue Park, Newport

The GLC guide to Newport

Rhys Hutchings from Newport rap outfit Goldie Lookin Chain takes you on a tour of his beloved city.