Take time to explore it and find out more about our region of Wales. Mid and West Coast Wales has something for everyone. It’s a place to relax, soak up the scenery – stunning coastlines, mountains and rolling countryside.
Find out what’s on in the Mid Wales with exciting events and festivals. There are two beautiful National Parks – Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons, castles, art galleries, market towns, outdoor adventures and unique attractions are all waiting to be explored.
Not only do we have your old favorites like the Royal Welsh Show and World Championship Bog Snorkeling, but take a look at Mid Wales’ hidden gems. Whether you enjoy the more cultural side of life, meandering around the many museums, art galleries or enjoy a night out at the theatre. Or perhaps you prefer a more relaxing experience roaming around the traditional fairs and local farmers markets?.
David Bellamy described Mid Wales as ‘a wonderful patchwork of villages, small town, fields, hills, wild bits and not so wild bits.
The stone built towns and villages of Southern Snowdonia are very different to the oak framed black and white villages of The Marches.
The seaside towns along Cardigan Bay have a sea-faring history, quite a difference to the market towns in the heart of inland Mid Wales.
Each town and village is different, each with its own character reflecting history and life in Mid Wales, present, past and future.
If you’re after a holiday with more adventure than art and more highspots than history, you’re in the right place in Mid Wales. Enjoy cycling through the forest trails or ride the rapids at a watersports centre, even our walking can be through gentle countryside, around lakes & reservoirs or up Cadair Idris, you choose…
Make your visit that time to try something completely different, from archery to quad biking, or falconry to shooting, there are so many choices, we can’t promise you’ll never hear “I’m bored” but with all this on offer it’s not very likely.