On 1 March 2024 - St David's Day - we launched on YouTube some of our favourite recorded-live views from around Wales premiering our slow-TV and ASMR broadcast stream, designed for maximum relaxation and wellbeing: Chill Cymru.

Maybe you're not able to be in Wales, and you're really feeling the hiraeth for the country. Or maybe you're already here, but looking for some quiet scenes to take a break with. Whoever you are, wherever you are, croeso i bawb, you're all welcome here with us.

Each broadcast will be around an hour long, so if you need a break during the day, we'll be here with some leisurely views to keep you company. Join us for 5 minutes, or have us on in the background for the whole day for a serene day of meditative viewing.

Make yourself a paned (cuppa), put your phone on silent, take some deep breaths ... and relax.

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Ruthin Castle, North Wales


Ruthin Castle Hotel and Spa offers a retreat steeped in history and nestled in acres of parkland next to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the Clwydian Range in North Wales. Relax, unwind and enjoy this 1 hour single location ASMR experience - Chill Cymru. Look & listen out for the famous Peacocks and Peahens and the other local wildlife during the 60 minute capture. 


Castell Rhuthun | Ruthin Castle 1 hour Chill Cymru ASMR


Cardiff Bay, South Wales


Cardiff Bay is a diverse waterfront built around a 200 hectare freshwater lake known as ‘the Bay’, with loads to do including eateries, bars and pubs, coffee shops, boat trips and cultural attractions. Enough to keep you occupied all day… and into the night. Relax, unwind and enjoy this 1 hour single location ASMR experience - Chill Cymru. Look & listen out for the Aquabus making a stop at Mermaid Quay and the local wildlife during the 60 minute capture.

Bae Caerdydd | Cardiff Bay 1 hour Chill Cymru ASMR


Porthkerry Country Park, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales


Porthkerry Country Park in Barry has 220 acres of woods and meadowland in a sheltered valley leading to a pebble beach and spectacular cliffs. Take time outside and enjoy the beautiful nature trails. Relax in the  picnic sites or let children have fun in the play area.

Parc Gwledig Porthceri, Bro Morgannwg | Porthkerry Country Park, Vale of Glamorgan Chill Cymru ASMR


Ogmore-by-Sea, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales

Ogmore is a popular beach on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. This dog-friendly beach has expansive golden sands and is good place for fossil hunting and exploring rock pools. 


Aberogwr, Bro Morgannwg Ogmore-by-Sea, Vale of Glamorgan

Penarth Pier, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales 

Penarth Pier stands majestically looking out over the Severn Estuary and is home to the iconic 1929 art deco styled refurbished Pavilion building.

Pier Penarth, Bro Morgannwg Penarth Pier, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales 

Tenby, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Tenby is one of our best seaside towns in Wales - find out how to make the most of your time on holiday and enjoy its many attractions. Discover Tenby's glorious beaches, a warm atmosphere and fine Victorian houses.

Dinbych-y-Pysgod, Sir Benfro Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Elan Valley, Powys, Mid Wales

Elan Valley Estate in Powys, Mid Wales, a truly epic location that sprawls over 72 square miles, making up one per cent of the whole of Wales! The area is designated as an International Dark Sky Park.

Cwm Elan, Powys Elan Valley, Powys

South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey, North Wales

South Stack Cliffs is an RSPB reserve which encompasses the habitats of heathland, farmland, cliffs, coast and ocean.

Goleudy Ynys Lawd, Ynys Môn Southstack Lighthouse, Anglesey

Roath Park, Cardiff, South Wales

Roath Park, Cardiff retains the classic Victorian Park atmosphere where local inhabitants and visitors alike can enjoy their leisure time in many different pursuits.

Parc y Rhath, Caerdydd Roath Park, Cardiff

Penmon Lighthouse, Anglesey

Located between Black Point near Penmon and Ynys Seiriol, or Puffin Island, at the eastern extremity of Anglesey, marking the passage between the two islands.

Goleudy Trwyn Du, Ynys Môn Penmon Lighthouse, Anglesey

St Davids, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

The 12th century St Davids Cathedral, built on the site of much older religious buildings, gives St Davids its city status. Constructed from dusky purple sandstone, it’s one of the most iconic religious sites in Britain, and sits tucked away in a sheltered vale beside the River Alun.

Tyddewi, Sir Benfro St Davids, Pembrokeshire

Wales Coast Aerial

The Wales Coast Path was the first in the world to follow the entire coastline of a country. There’s much to discover on this 870 mile route, including unspoilt beaches and wildlife on both land and sea. Step back in time with our ancient castles and find a warm welcome in the many pubs and restaurants along the path.

Glannau Cymru o'r Awyr Wales Coast Aerial

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