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The Glamorgan Heritage Coast, 14 miles of unspoilt coastline and breath taking scenery.
Set in 160 acres of countryside in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, Amelia Trust Farm is a visitor attraction the whole family will enjoy. Explore the woodland, meet the animals, and have adventures in the great outdoors.
Barry Island has 24 vibrantly coloured beach huts with excellent views across Whitmore Bay.
An independent museum run primarily by the Barry at War History Group.
All-terrain beach wheelchairs available at Barry Island.
Discover the historic towns of Llantwit Major and Cowbridge by following their Blue Plaque town trails.
Coed Hills combines creativity with sustainability, situated in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan, just outside Cardiff. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the artwork, the market and forest gardens and workshops on sustainable living.
The Country Park covers 100 hectares of land and water and is a haven for local wildlife.
Cosmeston Medieval Village is one of Wales' leading open-air museums and a popular heritage attraction within the Vale of Glamorgan. Discover how people lived and worked in the village circa 1350 with guided tours.
A thriving weekly local produce market held each Saturday in the popular market town of Cowbridge.
The Cowbridge Physic Garden Trust (CPGT) have recreated a physic garden in Cowbridge, on the site of an area that was once part of Old Hall, the home of the Edmondes family from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
Craft centre on the Heritage Coast with amazing sea views, offering a wide range of craft workshops for all ages, together with homemade cakes and ice-cream. Run by the artists and crafters whose artwork we sell.
Off the beaten track, Cwm Nash Beach - also known as Monknash, is the perfect quiet get away.
Much loved by the locals and attracting many visitors every year, although officially called Dunraven Bay, it is also often referred to as Southerndown beach taking its name from the nearby village.
Discover Dunraven Gardens situated at Southerndown
A peaceful oasis on the outskirts of Cardiff, Dyffryn Gardens covers more than 55 acres.
An unusually warlike religious settlement
Unique South Wales heritage property hosting a fascinating family attraction. Fonmon Castle and its beautiful gardens are open to the public where visitors will be delighted by dinosaurs, fairies and medieval history brought to life.
A great place for a jam packed family fun day out
We offer customers high quality, seasonal food to buy from the shop or to eat in our restaurant in a beautiful setting overlooking the Thaw valley. Produce comes from our own farm on Penllyn Estate and from many local, Welsh suppliers.
Visit locations from the TV show on the Official Barry Island Tour including the church Nessa nearly gets married at, Stacey’s home, Marco’s cafe and much more.
EAT DRINK SHOP WORK Street food & bars open Wed - Sun (from 12pm) Retail open Tue/Wed - Sun Drive through open 7 days a week Quiz night every Wednesday @7pm
Hensol Castle Distillery is located in the cellar of Hensol Castle where there is a craft spirit distillery, bonded warehouse, gin school and visitor experience.
A pretty cove nestled between Barry Yacht Club and Barry Island.
Informal, informative and entertaining, Llanerch Vineyard's tours & tastings are led by experts who have a compelling passion for wine.
Popular with families and surfers alike, Cwm Colhuw beach is packed with all the facilities you need for a family day out.
Continuing its long and illustrious story, and now as one of the last surviving ships of it's type, the MV "Balmoral" offers a wide choice of coastal day excursion cruises.