About Mid Wales

Mid Wales covers the counties of Ceredigion and Powys and the Meirionydd area of Gwynedd. It includes the stunning Mid Wales - Cardigan Bay Coast, two National Parks; Brecon Beacons in the south, and Snowdonia in the North and many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The Dyfi Biosphere in Mid Wales is the only UNESCO Biosphere in the whole of Wales recognised for the diversity of its natural beauty, heritage and wildlife.

Watch dolphins off Mid Wales - Cardigan Bay Coast, cycle down country lanes, or stroll through one of Mid Wales' market towns and discover independent shops and places to eat and drink.

Visit Mid Wales' castles, historic houses, gardens, walking trails, lakes, mountains and beaches - or simply sit back, relax and soak up the views.

The coast and countryside of Mid Wales is easy to get to. Simply hop aboard public transport, bring your own car or treat your bike to some of the best uphills and dowhills Wales has to offer.

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