Snowy landscape
    Winter wonderland
    Characterful towns
    Brecon Beacons National Park
    Canoeing on the River Wye
    Wye Valley AONB
    Food at the Angel Abergavenny
    Food Capital of Wales
    Raglan Castle
    Castles galore
    Wales Coast Path
    Start / Finish of the Wales Coast Path
    British Cycling Championships
    Ride the road of champions
    Tintern Abbey
    Sites of Inspiration
    Male Voice Choir
    Brimful of soul

Welcome to Monmouthshire

Welcome to our beautiful county nestled between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s not just the stunning landscape that’ll take your breath away. So will the majestic castles, dark starry skies, mountain climbs, fabulous food and 360° views.

Events calendar

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31 January 2015 to 30 May 2015

Feibusch's Figures, Hans Feibusch's Mur at Newport Museum and Art GallerySat 31 Jan - Sat 30 May 2015Newport Museum and Art Gallery cares for a collection of preparatory drawings for these murals. A selection of charcoal and pencil figure studies is on display here.



Places to visit

Celtic Spirit

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Chepstow Castle - cadw



What's on

Award winning food & drink

    Parva Farm Vineyard
    Wine trails & vineyards
    Afternoon Tea at the Angel
    Afternoon tea at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny
    Michellin starred 'The Walnut Tree'
    Shaun Hill's Michellin starred Walnut Tree
    Restaurant 1861
    Restaurant 1861
    The Bell at Skenfrith
    The Bell at Skenfrith
    Meadow Farm Shop
    Meadow Farm Shop
    The Crown at Whitebrook
    Michelin starred The Crown at Whitebrook
    Kingstone Brewery
    Kingstone Brewery
    Llansanffraed Court, Country House Hotel
    Llansantffraed Court, Country House Hotel & Restaurant
    Trealy Farm Charcuterie
    Trealy Farm Charcuterie
    Old Station Tintern
    Old Station Tintern

Places to visit in Monmouthshire


Weddings at St Pierre


Caerwent Roman Town

Business & meetings

Meetings at St Pierre