||The Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts - 22nd May-1st June 2014, Hay on Wye
||The largest theme park in Wales, home of the famous 'Megafobia'
rollercoaster and 'Vertigo' extreme flight experience. Over
40 rides set in 80 acres of beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside
Castle and Park (National Trust)
||Historic Castle, Newton House, Deer Park and
several beautiful walks - Ideal for a family day out
|Glasfynydd - Brecon Beacons National Park Forest
|| Nestling in the upper reaches of the River Usk, Glasfynydd Forest provides excellent opportunities for walking and cycling around the Usk reservoir.
Heart of Wales Line
|| Hop aboard the little train and relax as it takes you on
a railway journey though a land of lush rolling hills and
crystal clear mountain streams.
Botanic Gardens of Wales
|| The first national botanic
garden to be created in the United
Kingdom for over 200 years
- The National Showcaves of Wales
|| Truly spectacular and kids will love the dinosaurs
Spectacularly set in the beautiful
Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney Gardens have
been an inspiration to poets since 1477.
|| These unique gold mines are set amid wooded
hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley. Children
can also try their luck gold panning
Travel in an all-weather observation coaches behind a
vintage steam locomotive through beautiful scenery along
the full length of the Taf Fechan Reservoir to Dol-y-Gaer
on one of the most popular railways in Wales.
|| Carreg Cennen Castle serves as one of the principle
landmarks in the west of the National Park visible from the
surrounding countryside and in particular from the Black Mountain
ridges. - Outstanding views
|Beautiful 'Blue Flag' beaches
Several beautiful beaches are within easy reach for day trips from the site, including Oxwich Bay which has been named the most beautiful beach in the UK.
Power - Mountain Bike Hire
||Enjoy the area on a mountain bike
|| Theatr Brycheiniog's location alongside the head of the
Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal in the heart of the Brecon
Beacons gives the theatre a stunning setting, unique amongst
arts organisations in Wales
||Excellent outdoor pursuits centre, catering for individuals,
families and groups - curious novices or those with experience
Park Visitor Centre - 'The Mountain Centre'
||Welcoming information centre which is the start point for
many walks of various lengths, with space for family games
and a restaurant to satisfy the appetite afterwards.
and Brecon Canal
|| One of the most beautiful cruising waterways in Britain.
Hire a canal boat for an unforgettable day out!
Farm - 4x4 Off Road Course and outdoor leisure activities
Within easy reach of the park are the well-known facilities
for outdoor leisure activities at Llanerchindda Farm.
This provides the private 4x4 off road course featured
in Land Rover Monthly. There are also trials bike sections,
facilities for quad bike trekking and a fly-fishing lake
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own wood?
You too could own a little bit of woodland in the brecon beacons
Are you passionate about the environment but don't know
how to make a lasting difference?
||Historic Cathedral and heritage centre
||Coffee Shop and Gift Store in the beautiful local village famous as the home of the Physicians of Myddfai in the 12th Century