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The Celtic Trail covers 377 miles of the most diverse scenery in Wales, taking you from the eastern 'Gateway to Wales' at the Severn Bridge, Chepstow, to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in the west.

The journey along the trail is largely traffic-free and offers the opportunity to experience the diversity of the Welsh culture, history and natural beauty. Traveling through the green valleys, once a famous industrial heartland, the Trail takes you along canal towpaths, disused railways, quiet country lanes, into forests, over mountains and through vales to Swansea, the city by the sea.

Travel through farming communities of West Wales, with its spectacular coastline and historic castles. Also estuaries, rolling hills and the golden beaches of the west. This route has everything including safe cycling and the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. You could probably spend weeks on the Celtic Trail if you go too slowly - and you might.

Information courtesy of Sustrans

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