Wye Valley Welcomes You
The Wye Valley straddles the English and Welsh border.
The Wye Valley is a national protected landscape for its special features that make it one of the finest lowland landscapes in Britain. Dramatic limestone gorges, native woodlands, a rich history of hillforts, castles and a Cistercian abbey, not to mention 25% of Britain’s population of lesser horseshoe bats.
The river Wye meanders majestically through the valley. This is where you'll find pretty little villages and towns, campsites and water activity centres.
Don’t take our word for it, come and experience the Wye Valley for yourself.