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Overton-on-Dee Tourist Information
Home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales

Overton-on-Dee is a small vibrant village nestled in the lower Dee Valley, it's ideally positioned for visiting the town of Llangollen which lies about eleven miles away to the West, and Wrexham Town which is just under seven miles away to the North West.

The village has a fine collection of both 18th and 19th-century buildings many of which are listed, in fact, Overton has so many historic buildings that it has been designated as a conservation area. You will find a number of shops dotted around the village, along with a pub that serves food and real ales.

Overton is home to St Mary’s Church, renowned for the yew trees in its churchyard which are listed as one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales'.

Walkers will find Overton-on-Dee is blessed with a forty-mile network of waymarked public footpaths and bridleways that cover a wide variety of attractive landscapes, this includes a pleasant stroll through a variety of beautiful meadows and a gentle amble along the River Dee which takes in Llan-y-Cefn Wood.

A four and a half mile stretch of the nearby River Dee offers some superb game and course fishing for species like trout, chub, perch, dace, grayling and pike.

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