A deep and mysterious land, wreathed in myth and legend. A place where the inspiration flows out of the very earth, along the streams, through the woods and hills.
Steeped in history with sites ranging from Bronze Age encampments to Iron Age forts and villages since the Dark Ages. The Stonehenge sarsens were hewn less than 15 miles from here in the beautiful and rolling Preseli Hills.
With beautiful ancient woodlands, burial grounds, stone circles and more - there is plenty to discover....
Ty Canol Nature Reserve, Newport.
Ty Canol is part of the largest block of ancient woodland in West Wales; it is in an area famous for its achaeological sites.
Ty Canol NNR is one of the most important sites in the UK for lichens, and the trees, exposed rocks and low-level crags found in the reserve are covered with them.
Note: Just the most magical place to visit - like a fairy garden in parts!