Unspoiled Welsh Culture and Lands in Mid-Wales

Mid-Wales is relatively untouched. You will get pure Welsh culture and intact natural splendor. The area is mountainous, sprinkled with distinctive tiny towns and water features everywhere.

As you make your way through this region, you will come across a few historical and memorable places that will leave an impact.

Cambrian Coast

Cambria coast is strip hemmed by mountains and cut through by dipping rivers extending from Cardigan to Harlech. Find a resort on the sandy beaches and enjoy the summer sun on your skin.

Further up, lies the lush and green Dyfi Valley with the welcoming Machynlleth as the central town in the area. The Center for Alternative Technology nestles itself smack in the middle of the north hills, a feature so unsuspecting it looms with mystery. Mountain bikers will have a field day at Coed-y-Brenin.


Found in Powys, Montgomeryshire has vast landscapes with few occupants. As you make your way on the lands, you will come across Llanidloes on the banks of River Severn. Further east, Montgomery town stands out with its Georgian-style buildings peaking on the rolling hills.

Wells Towns

Those seeking a relaxed and undisturbed time need to make their way down to The Wells Town, the spa towns of Mid-Wales. These boroughs have healing waters dotted all the way from Swansea to Shrewsbury. Many royal and noble folks made it a thing to always go to these towns to relax and rejuvenate. Make time to go to Llanwrtyd Wells with its towering mountain walls, Llandrindod Wells and Builth Wells.

Elan Valley and Brecon Beacon National Park

Hikers are going to jump for joy when they behold the sprawling trails for walking through the unforgiving landscape. Elan Valley characterised by dams, reservoirs, lakes and walking paths are so beautiful it will make you feel one with nature. Brecon is where all walkers head to for walks on the sandstone and limestone moorlands covered in greenery and lakes.