brecon beacons Sightseeing TOURS

5 different tours in 5 different areas of the National park

 Starting fro either Abergavenny train station,  or (by arrangement) at your accommodation within the National Park.
Approximate journey times to Abergavenny station by train: Cardiff - 45 mins, Bristol - 1 hr 5 mins, LONDON - 2 hrs 15 mins,
Birmingham 2 hrs 20 mins, Manchester - 2hrs 45 mins
Brecon Beacons sightseeing tourss

Our most 'Outdoorsy' tour with fabulous views of the Beacons, and 4 stunning waterfalls. This tour involves approximately 4 miles of walking on uneven surfaces. If this is not for you please look at one of our other tours.


(based on 2 people, price lowers with more people)

Our most general and popular tour with a bit of everything from the highest road in Wales, fabulous mountain scenery, ruins of a medieval monastery, medieval churches,  thesecond hand bookshop capital of the world with 10% off books, a castle and Wales's largest natural lake 


(based on 2 people, price lowers with more people)


The Brecon Beacons is famous for its mountains and waterfalls but it also has a fascinating industrial past. This tour visits some of the most spectacular scenery in the national park, along with the Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the town of Merthyr Tydfil. On the tour you can descend a coal mine, visit iron works that in their day were the largest in the world and see how raw materials were transported out of the park by canal.


(based on 2 people, price lowers with more people)

Wales is famous for its castles and this tour will not disappoint. We visit 7 different castles and 2 medievil manor houses. The castles originally built to subjugate the Welsh now  guard south east approaches to the national park. The visited sites are, Raglan Castle, White Castle, Grosmont Castle, Longtown Castle, Tretower Castle, Crickhowell Castle and Abergavenny Castle. 


(based on 2 people, price lowers with more people)


This tour takes passes through all 4 regions of the Brecon Beacons National Park, but the stops are in the west, in the Fforest Fawr Geopark. It is a historic and scenic tour with a Roman Fort, Wales' largest Hill Fort, 2 medieval Castles, a Cathedral, a Historic Quarry site and great mountain views. Much of the tour is in the Black Mountain range of the National Park which is the remotest and least frequently visited part of the National Park.


(based on 2 people, price lowers with more people)

Your guide is an accredditted ambassador to the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Fforest Fawr Geopark and the Brecon Beacons International Dark Skies Reserve