Your Guide to the Vale of
The area is of great natural
beauty, indulging visitors with splendid scenery and numerous
waterfalls. Home to the Neath and Tenant
Canals, the relaxing and charming atmosphere attracts
visitors during all seasons.
There are many different
ways to explore the beautiful landscape of the Vale. You may choose
to walk along the idyllic canal towpaths, cycle through the tree
line cycle routes, enjoy the passing views upon the ‘Thomas
Dadford’ boat trip or from the air within a glider. The Vale of
Neath is truly a unique place to visit, providing a rural escape
from busy towns and cities.
Known as the ‘Waterfall Country’, the abundance of inspiring
and delightful waterfalls within such a small area cannot be found
anywhere else in Wales. Providing an inspiring backdrop to
industrial ruins, the National Trust
Aberdulais Falls is a local beauty spot and is home to Neath
Port Talbot's Tourist Information Centre.
Vale of Neath Guide
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