Southern Wales has a lot to offer whether you are looking for a city break,
relaxing on the beach or a more adventurous action packed activity holiday we have
For such a small area, only around 75km (46.5 miles) east to west and around 50km(30
miles) from North to South, Southern Wales certainly fits a lot in. Spectacular
countryside, a National Park and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all packed
into the region as well as two cities (one being the nation's capital, Cardiff)
and 96km of coastline.
In the Valleys of Southern Wales, famous the world over for their pioneering role in the industrial revolution, there are a wealth of outdoor pursuits, stunning scenery and cultural and historical attractions.
Newport is a city with a surprising history. It all started with the Romans, continued through the centuries with wealthy aristocrats and continues to make history in modern times through being the first Welsh city to host the Ryder Cup. See it for yourself.
Within Cardiff, Wales' Capital you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference - all within walking distance.
Stretching from Ogmore by Sea to Kenfig, the Golden Coast is a spectacular mix of rugged cliffs, golden sandy beaches and pretty little towns and villages.
Straddling the Wales/England border is the Wye Valley, officially recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Vale of Usk. It is a walkers' paradise.
Tantalise your taste buds at one of the biggest and best food festivals in the country.
Throughout the year, throughout the region there is always a special event happening
somewhere in Southern Wales and as you'd expect, there's loads of great events coming
up over the coming months.
You can search for more details and other events by using our search engine on the
Luxury accommodation and world class golf facilities.
Across the region you will find a wide variety of accommodation ranging from luxurious
5 star hotels, including Newport's Celtic Manor Resort to small family run B&B's
deep in the glorious countryside.
If you would rather be left to your own devices there are numerous self catering
properties as well as plenty of camp sites for those who want to get back to nature.
Dare you take on “Y Mynydd” – one of the toughest mountain biking tracks in Europe
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Compact and easily accessible South East Wales is only 2 hours from London. Situated
on the western side of Britain, the region has excellent transport links include
an International airport, rail and ferry links.
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