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6 Reasons to Visit South Wales This Summer

Cymru is famed for its wild and rugged beauty. South Wales is home to thriving communities and world-renowned natural sights, yet the landscape seems to preserve its own remoteness. 


There is no shortage of life-affirming ‘the hills are alive’ space in South Wales. It used to be a joke (as well as an accurate statistic) that there are more sheep than people in Wales. Now, our population density is one of the reasons to visit South Wales this summer. Here are 6 more…

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