Where the Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountain and the Cambrian Mountains give way to the sheltered vale of the Towy

The River Towy - a video by Paul Harry

MORFA : MAES : MARCHNAD

The confluence of water (Rivers Towy, Bran and Gwydderig) - Llandovery an "island" among the water meadows; the castle and its maes; and the market - a place of meeting and exchange

Llandovery is a traditional rural Welsh Market Town which was once on the droving route and whose Georgian buildings were built on the profits made in the 19th Century Wool Trade

Llandovery is easily accessible being on the main A40 from Brecon in the east to the coast in the west.

It is on the Heart of Wales Railway line

 

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