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Mid-Wales gets the best of both worlds with the culture of the south and the beautiful countryside of the north. Discover all the hidden gems only with iKnow UK.Mid Wales
Knighton Tourist Information
Offa’s Dyke View Knighton in Powys, Mid Wales, is known in Welsh as Tref-y-clawdd, meaning ‘town on the dyke’. The nearest larger towns are Llandrindod Wells, Leominster and Newtown. Set in the Marches – the...
Aberaeron Tourist Information
Church and houses in Aberaeron Aberaeron, on the West Wales coast between Aberystwyth and Cardigan, is sandwiched between two stretches of the Caredigion Heritage Coast. This picturesque Georgian port is a...
Welshpool Tourist Information
Welshpool Welshpool is the fourth largest town in Powys located near the Welsh/English border in the pretty upper Severn Valley. Attractions in and around this attractive market town include the medieval Powis...
Things to Do in Aberystwyth
Aberystwyth, or Aber for short offers a great mix of holiday experiences. A seaside fun centre with some enchanting historic seaside attractions and a bustling party pier, the town also has a large student...
Builth Wells Tourist Information
Builth Wells Situated in a scenic Wye Valley location, Builth Wells in Powys lies close to the River Wye and River Irfon. Thousands of visitors flock to the town each July for the annual Royal Welsh Show in...
Machynlleth Tourist Information
Machynlleth Tower Clock Machynlleth at the head of the Dyfi estuary is the centre for alternative technology and lifestyle (CAT). Great biking trails feature in Dyfi Forest and a choice of historic buildings...
Centre for Alternative Technology – CAT
The Centre for Alternative Technology is now a hugely well-known attraction heralded as Europe’s leading eco-centre. It’s not just a tourist attraction, but an educational centre that provides ideas and advice...
Llanidloes Tourist Information
Llanidloes Market Hall Llanidloes, Powys, is in the Mid Wales region, just 30 miles East of Aberystwyth and the Ceredigion Heritage Coast. Llanidloes is built on the River Severn. What’s it like? The original...
Aberystwyth Tourist Information
Aberystwyth Aberystwyth overlooks Cardigan Bay and is the largest town in Ceredigion with two sheltered beaches, a Victorian Cliff Railway and the Vale of Rheidol Railway which runs to nearby Devil’s Bridge....
Newtown Tourist Information
Barmouth Bridge on the Cambrian Coast Railway Newtown in Powys, is in the old county of Montgomeryshire, to the East of the Cambrian Mountains and Snowdonia National Park. It has been a town since the...
Llandrindod Wells Tourist Information
Llandrindod Wells An attractive spa town in Mid Wales, Llandrindod Wells offers a host of attractions which make it a popular tourist destination all year round. Visit during the Victorian Festival which is...
Mid Wales Tourist Information
Talyllyn Lake Mid Wales encompasses an excellent range of areas ideal for a short break or family holiday. Enjoy a break to Aberystwyth, a pretty seaside hub overlooking Cardigan Bay or enjoy a walking holiday...