Wildlife & Nature in Wye Valley
Wye Valley

Wye Valley

The Wye Valley has a host of Spa Hotels and beautiful countryside walks and the most castles per square miles in the UK!

Abergavenny is a beautiful little market town that offers its visitors a glimpse into the laid back lifestyle of Wales, where you can experience some of the best local produce in Britain. Home to the Abergavenny Food festival, this little town in Wales won’t disappoint!

There are hundreds of events and festivals happening all over the Wye Valley throughout the year, including The Hay Literary Festival, The Royal Welsh Show, Chepstow Races and hundreds more! You won’t be short of things to do whilst on holiday.

Although famous for its food, history and culture, it offers the UK city breaker something as well. The City of Newport (Wales) offers its visitors a city experience and with the capital city of Cardiff on the doorstep, this is the perfect location for that weekend break or UK getaway!

Looking for places to visit and things to do with the kids? Then look no further - with castles and attractions dotted throughout the Wye Valley this is a fantastic place for that UK family holiday.

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Visit Wales and explore the famous Welsh Valleys. Rich with history and culture and full of fun activities, events and festivals the whole family will enjoy!

Whist visiting the Valleys of Wales make sure a visit to the World Heritage Centre at Blaenavon is at the top of your list! The Afan Valley and Brecon Beacons are on the doorstep so a perfect location for walkers and nature holiday enthusiasts.

Wye Valley

Events in Wye Valley

Events from
date event
Mon 10 May Art History Online - Albrecht Durer at Chepstow Museum
Sat 15 May Art History Online - Albrecht Durer at Chepstow Museum
Sat 29 May HowTheLightGetsIn 2021 - Virtual Festival at Y Gelli Gandryll | Hay-on-Wye
Sat 12 Jun Art History Online - John Constable at Chepstow Museum

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Museums in Wye Valley

Chepstow Museum

Chepstow

Chepstow Museum reveals the rich and varied past of this ancient town, once an important port and market centre.

 
 

Wildlife & Nature

Craig  y Cilau

Crickhowell

This former limestone quarry is one of Wales' most outstanding botanical sites, famous for its exceptional variety of alpine plants and trees, some extremely rare.