In the heart of South Wales, just a few miles from Cardiff in the south and the Brecon Beacons in the north, a warm Welsh welcome awaits visitors to Caerphilly county borough.
Spanning thousands of years, the history of Caerphilly county borough can be seen from every corner of the region. You will probably have heard of Caerphilly Castle, one of the great Medieval Castles of Western Europe and Caerphilly's famous cheese but there are many other attractions for you to visit. So if you are staying for an hour, a day, a week or more there are places for you to see and activities for you do.
The friendly and welcoming staff at Caerphilly Visitor Centre are on hand to ensure that you get the very most from your visit to the area. They can offer you independent advice to plan your travel itinerary or to book accommodation. The centre is full of information on places to visit in the region and also houses an impressive gift shop showcasing locally made quality crafts.
Our VisitCaerphilly website is packed full of information about places to eat, places to stay, events and much more. Subscribe to our email bulletins to receive news and events updates and the latest special offers, direct to your mailbox.
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If you are planning a visit to Caerphilly county borough and need information about the many attractions, historic sites, accommodation, and places to eat, call Caerphilly Tourism on 029 2088 0011 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.