South Wales has plenty to offer from impressive scenery, superb pubs and restaurants and even claims to have the best rugby team around. Cardiff, Wales’ capital city is renowned for its historic past, sporting achievements, romantic atmosphere, sensational culture and incredible activities. There is a wide range of unique attractions, first-class entertainment and amazing shopping plus innovative architecture.
If it is activities you’re looking for then The Valley’s have it covered. With a wrath of adrenalin pumping activities from abseiling, paragliding and zip wiring above The World Heritage Site, explore some of the most astounding caves with the experts, enjoy laid back canal cruises and visit the famous castle at Merthyr Tydfil. Experience horse riding, fishing and immense mountain bike trails at Afan Forest of Cwmcarn.
The Wye Valley formed from Monmouth to Chepstow via Tintern Abbey, is the majestic border between Wales and England. With rich industrial heritage, this border has shaped the land with glorious castles, magnificent towers, stunning abbeys, and historic market towns all residing in the lush landscape. With heaps of activities from canoeing to hiking and sampling delicious food, this area is visited time and time again. The Vale of Glamorgan is 14 miles of unspoilt stunning coastline and landscape along with wooded valleys and stunning wildlife.