Southern Wales has a lot to offer your clients or group
with a huge range of attractions, activities and accommodation. We have it
all. Whether you are looking for a city break, wanting to
sample our rich heritage and culture or to experience our great
outdoors a visit to Southern Wales won't disappoint.
For such a small area, only around 46 miles east to west and
around 30 miles from North to South, Southern Wales certainly
fits a lot in. Spectacular coast and countryside, a National
Park and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all packed into
We are immensely proud of our rich history and culture,
which can been seen throughout our many castles and
museums, and of our ancient language which you can
try out for yourself.
Above all else though, we are proud of our friendliness and
welcome that we offer visitors. Why not drop by and
experience it for yourself.
For further advice and help on planning your trip to South
East Wales contact the Southern Wales team via our contact form or call +44 (0) 845 600
Southern Wales Tourism regularly host a number of familiarisation visits throughout the year. If you are interested in attending one of our fams to experience for yourself what our region has to offer your groups please get in touch to find out more or take a look at one of our latest visits.
An Area of Outstanding Beauty, famous for its stunning scenery, plethora of castles and some trully delicious food and drink.
Explore the rolling hills, market towns and beautiful coast of the Vale of Glamorgan
Discover the true heart of the Valleys in this hidden corner of Southern Wales
Home to the Blaenavon World Heritage site and the award winning Big Pit National Coal Museum.
Within Cardiff you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference - all within walking distance.
Home to big castles, challenging mountian biking trails and 400 year old manor houses.
Stretching from the dunes of Merthyr Mawr to Kenfig, the coastal area is a spectacular mix of rugged cliffs, golden sandy beaches, pretty little towns and villages and some rather unusual events.
A mix of rugged countryside, historic attractions and exciting new developments.
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.
Where industrial heritage gives way to majestic mountains
One of the biggest events in the UK foodie calendar, with 200 exhibitors from Wales and further afield, a food Academy for children with hands-on workshops and a rolling programme of chef demonstrations.
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
This modern hotel boasts a range of rooms including standard and superior rooms and suites.
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
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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