Monmouthshire is a county of outstanding natural beauty. It is an area with a captivating history, many outdoor activities, some of the finest golf courses in Wales and fabulous gourmet dining. Savour the local foods available with fresh fruit and vegetables, ciders, cheeses, wines, traditionally made bread and homemade cakes.
It lists Chepstow, Abergavenny, Monmouth and Usk among its towns and the county is packed with fantastic pubs and restaurants, scenic walks, interesting independent shops, and as much diversity as anyone could want. Ancient castles, stunning rivers and gardens, busy market towns and beautiful woodlands all await exploration.
For the visitor, Monmouthshire is an atmospheric land of legends and natural beauty. Take time to see the Round House at the Kymin, a National Trust property overlooking Monmouth, the Wye Valley and the Usk plain with magnificent views to the Sugar Loaf and the Black Mountains beyond. Travel to Tintern to see the famous ruins of the 12th century Cistercian Abbey in a picture-perfect setting overlooking the river. Visit the charming and historic town of Abergavenny to the north of the county, a perfect stop-off before touring the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Walkers are truly in their element here with Offa’s Dyke and the Wye Valley Path as well as many fabulous country parks and woodlands scattered throughout the region.
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