Cae Madog Barn Local Area Information
See the best of what Mid Wales has to offer.
Places to visit, historic sites, events, festivals and visitor attractions such as the The Centre for Alternative Technology www.cat.org.uk. Machinations visitor centre www.machinationswales.co.uk it’s all here! Great little trains, castles, museums, art galleries, country houses and craft centres as well as a whole host of other exciting places to visit.
Snowdonia National Park, an area of "outstanding natural beauty" the Lleyn peninsula, and the beautiful Conwy Valley. History, Celtic myths, magical scenery, Castles and coastline.
The diversity of tourist attractions in Wales provides fun, interest and relaxation for every type of visitor. Wales has 750 miles of unspoilt coastline, stunning landscapes and countryside, 3 national parks and 4 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. So if you love the outdoors Wales is the ideal location for a holiday or short break. For families, there are numerous locations that will provide entertainment and stimulating interest for children of all ages. Welsh Castles are famous throughout the world – why not visit one of the many well preserved ruins?
For the outdoor enthusiast, there are numerous activity and adventure centres - Coed-y-Brenin. www.mbwales.com The Welsh landscape provides superb opportunities for walking. The 3 National Parks in Wales are: the Pembrokeshire Coast which has a walking route along a 186 mile stretch; the beautiful Cader Idris and of course Snowdonia – Wales’s highest point.
Wales has a fine selection of tourist attractions to visit - far more than we can describe on this page! Within a very small area you will find castles, ancient towns and villages, theatres, rare wildlife, historical steam railways and canals, wonderful walks, fabulous golf courses, fishing and shooting.
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