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There’s a lot of ground to cover in Mid Wales. Two thousand square miles of breathtaking scenery and views that seem to go on for ever. So we’ve divided all this splendour into five destinations to make it easier for you to know where to start.

The Brecon Beacons National Park and International Dark Sky Reserve covers about a quarter of Mid Wales and includes the highest mountain in Southern Britain. The Cambrian Mountains are equally unspoilt and spectacular. And the Berwyn Mountains loom pretty large, as the name suggests, in Lake Vyrnwy and the Berwyns. You might have noticed a bit of a mountain theme there. But we also do the rolling hills and fertile valleys of Offa’s Country along the England-Wales border and the wildlife-rich beaches, mudflats and wetlands of the Dyfi Biosphere.

It’s all out there for you. It’s your experience. You decide.