Wales is blessed with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, so it's no surprise that a simple stroll can become a whole new adventure in itself as there's always a new view to be discovered.
Whether you fancy hiking along a cliff top or a more leisurely stroll on a secluded beach, you won't be short of walking routes in Wales. From short and easy stretches for a Sunday afternoon walk with the family to longer and more challenging hikes for the outdoor enthusiasts, we'll help you find the perfect route.
Llyn y Fan Fach, Llangadog SA19 9UN
A spectacular walk in the Western end of the Brecon Beacons. Explore the area, enjoy the views and learn about the folklore of the Lady of the Lake.
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A walk covering town and countryside, this is your opportunity to explore the local town of Llandovery and take in the scenery, nature and hidden treasures. A great way to find your feet while visiting Erwlon.
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Starting in Llandovery
Taking in the sites of Llandovery and surrounding area, this walk takes in mixture of woodland, forestry and farming with excellent views across the Tywi Valley and beyond.
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Rhandirmwyn, NP8 1RD
Take a relaxing walk along way-marked paths through oak woodlands to the fast-flowing River Tywi, circle the mountain, and visit Twm Sion Cati’s cave.
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Carreg Cennen is one of Carmarthenshire’s most famous castles, set in it’s imposing position on top of a limestone crag, above the river Cennen, the castle has great views over the Black Mountain.
Glyn-Neath, Neath Port Talbot
Nestled into the southern slopes of the Fforest Fawr massif, Waterfall Country is one of the most beautiful and popular parts of the Brecon Beacons National Park, a great spot for walking.
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That's not all! There's plenty more to do and see during your stay with us: