Just west of the capital city of Cardiff lies the Vale of Glamorgan which offers a wonderful blend of coast, countryside and culture. With easy access from junctions 33-35 of the M4, and a friendly team to help you plan your group visit, it’s a destination you won’t want to miss.
Here are some of our highlights…
- Glamorgan Heritage Coast – 14 mile stretch of stunning coastline rich in geological features and wildlife
- Wales Coast Path with Penarth Pier, Nash Point lighthouse, and a direct link to the capital city via the Cardiff Bay Barrage
- 14 beaches – from the Victorian seaside resorts of Barry Island and Penarth, to the perfect spots for surfing, stand up paddleboarding and angling
- Barry Island Pleasure Park, Barry Tourist Railway & War Museum
Barry Island is very popular with groups. Take a look at our Group Visit Guide to Barry Island to help you plan your visit.
- Neolithic burial chambers and majestic castles including St Quentin’s, Old Beaupre and Fonmon
- Dyffryn House & Gardens and colourful parks with Green Flag awards
- Porthkerry Country Park and Cosmeston Lakes Country Park & Medieval Village
- Championship golf courses, Llandow motorsports circuit and Taskforce paintballing
- Forage Farm Shop
- Fine collection of Celtic carved stones at Llantwit Major - Britain’s oldest seat of Christian learning
- Cowbridge - one of Wales’ most fashionable towns – with independent shops and cafés, and a Physic Garden
- The Goodsheds - shopping and relaxing destination in Barry
- Award-winning food and drink producers including Llanerch and Glyndwr Vineyards
General Tourist Information
If you require any further information, we would be very happy to help you plan your visit.
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The Vale makes for a great base for visiting the wider Southern Wales region. Take a look at the film below for inspiration of all the places to visit within easy reach of the Vale then see Southern Wales to start planning your trip.