As a Council, we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and, following guidance issued by the Government, our events programme in the Vale of Glamorgan is on hold for now.
The health and safety of our audience, our staff and performers is always our top priority, and although restrictions on festivals and social distancing may be relaxed in the coming months, we look forward to welcoming you to our new and exciting events when it is safe to do so.
Visit the Vale would like to thank both residents of the Vale and visitors alike for their continued support and we hope to see you soon…
Embark on a culinary journey that perfectly complements your adventure on the ten Vale trails.
The Great Glamorgan Way is a magnificent network of connecting bridleways and cycle paths.
Discover Wales' secret walking paradise. Truly get away from it all. Breathe in rolling, green vale, wonderful woodlands
Escape the crowds in the Vale of Glamorgan’s 14 miles of beautiful beaches, secluded coves and rugged cliffs
Travel Writer Phoebe Smith is hot on the innovative culinary trail in the Vale of Glamorgan…
Many of the tales of the Vale are legendary. Intrigued, we went in search of the truth in the Vale of Glamorgan
Beyond Barry Island..
Right here in the Vale of Glamorgan we have one of the top dark sky destinations at Nash Point.
Inspiration for your big day. We've got a super selection of inspiring wedding venues for you to choose from
Alun Wyn Jones OBE markes the opening of Hensol Gin by burying a time capsule replicating one found buried on site 1848
The Vale's coastline, woods and farmland, are teeming with myths and legends from long ago.
Film crews are a familiar sight usually working on productions that feature the region’s natural beauty.
On 13 May 1897 Guglielmo Marconi transmitted a radio signal across open sea from Lavernock Point to Flat Holm Island.
A pretty circular walk from the Knap to Porthkerry and back taking in lots of nature and some wonderful views