The County Borough of Caerphilly, is located in the heart of Southern Wales and only 20 minutes drive from Wales' capital city - Cardiff.
The stunningly beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park is on the doorstep, along with many other great tourist attractions, with many walking and cycling routes. 80% of the land is open countryside, making the county borough of Caerphilly an ideal location for outdoor leisure activities.
Visitors to Caerphilly can discover walking trails and paths that meander along the contours of the Welsh hills, offering breathtaking scenery in almost all directions. For the more adventurous tourist there's abseiling, quad biking, horse riding, canoeing, orienteering, survival skills, archery and clay shooting. There is lots to see and do in Caerphilly, South Wales.
If you have not had the pleasure of visiting this region before, you will not know that: The County Borough of Caerphilly has a strong and proud heritage, just like the magnificent Caerphilly Castle, Wales' largest castle.
Encircled by mountains, Caerphilly is an area of outstanding natural beauty - a paradise for lovers of nature, holidays and the great outdoors.
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