A celebration of cycling in Mid Wales, including town centre criterium racing, downhill mountain biking and a mass participation ride. Do not miss this opportunity, book your accommodation now with Onnen Fawr Leisure to avoid disappointment.
The Gower has an abundant rich variety of landscape, flora, fauna and a cultural heritage too. The size and terrain makes this one of the most accessible areas to walk for all, and our festival offers everyone the opportunity to try something new, revisit a much loved haunt, or simply stroll along the water’s edge.
We don't need to be told that the Lower Wye Valley is beautiful but particularly so in Spring when the bluebells are in full bloom. The festival offers the opportunity to discover more about the countryside and it's hidden heritage that we have in abundance.
Some of the highlights include a walk around Caerwent with Dr Mark Lewis Senior Curator at the Roman Legion Museum Caerelon, a visit to the producers of Brookes ice cream, the first stage of Offa's Dyke Path led by National Trail Officer Rob Dingle, an encounter with Llamas, a walk discovering the childhood haunts of J K Rowling and much much more.
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Called the 'Cannes of Food Festivals' for good reason, Abergavenny plays host to the best of Welsh, British and international producers for two days every September, alongside a wide variety of top chefs, entertainment, demonstrations and more, all in a beautiful market town nestled amongst the Brecon Beacons.