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Neath Port Talbot Tourist Information
Neath Port Talbot is a part coastal county found in South Wales, it is surrounded on three sides by Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Powys, Carmarthenshire and Swansea to the West.

The three main towns in the County are Neath, Port Talbot and Pontardawe.

As a county, Neath Port Talbot couldn't be better placed. To the North, the county borders the sprawling Brecon Beacons National Park and to the South West, there's the sea - The Bristol Channel. This section of the Bristol Channel is greeted by Aberavon Beach, a wonderful three-mile stretch of sandy beach backed by a seawall and a promenade. This is a true family 'bucket and spade' beach that not only offers views across to Swansea Bay, but it's also a surfing ‘hotspot’. For those who enjoy being on the water this part of the Bristol Channel is ideal, it's well-suited for a number of water-based activities like windsurfing, kite surfing and kayaking.

As the County borders Swansea, it means keen shoppers are close to a vast array of shops and lots of large national high street named retailers.

A county awash with wonderful waterfalls
Mother Nature certainly worked her magic in the Vale of Neath, the county has some stunningly beautiful waterfalls like the 24-metre (80-feet) drop thundering Melincourt Falls located just outside the village of Resolven. The Sgwd yr Eira can be found in the Brecon Beacons National Park, located well away from any road, it's a well photographed and beautiful waterfall where visitors can stand behind the cascading torrent of water. The village of Aberdulais is home to the magnificent Aberdulais Waterfall, here the River Dulais thunders its way over the rocks as it goes on the join the River Neath, the Dulais is a flash flood river which makes the waterfall a truly awesome (and noisy) sight after heavy rain.

The Afan Forest Park in Neath Port Talbot
Another of Mother Natures beauties can be found in the Afan Valley on the Eastern side of Neath Port Talbot. Afan Forest Park is a 48-square-mile forest park which provides walkers with 14 waymarked circular walks that vary from a one mile easy-going stroll to a more intense ten-mile hike, the park also provides an ideal destination for a family bike ride along the gently sloping ‘Rheilffordd Trail’ cycle route which follows the route of an old railway track. Afan Forest Park is a renowned destination for mountain bikers, as it offers all the gonzo jumps, berms, twists and turns that any self-respecting mountain-biking adrenaline junkie is looking for. Infact, the Afan Forest Park has five world-class mountain bike trails, these are the ‘Penhydd Trail’, ‘Y Wâl Trail’, ‘Skyline Trail’, ‘White’s Level Trail’ and the 'W² Trail'

Visit Margam Country Park in... Margam (near Port Talbot)
In the South of the County lies Margam Country Park, set in a thousand acres of parkland, it offers its visitors a wealth of history, wildlife and natural beauty just waiting to be explored. Anglers can enjoy a days course fishing on Furzemill Lake, horse lovers can take to the saddle and enjoy trekking on approved routes within the park, there are tracks and tarmac roads for family bike rides as well as a specially constructed family-friendly maintain bike trail. For those who enjoy monkeying around, the park is also home to Go Ape Tree Top Adventure which allows its patrons the chance to have some fun on zip wires, Tarzan swings, rope ladders as well as negotiating various of obstacles and crossings.
Margam Castle is situated in the park, it's a rather grand country house with an 18th Century orangery and ornamental gardens to wander around.
The diverse countryside and habits within Margam Country Park provide a home to a wealth of wildlife including Margam's herd of fallow, red and Pere David deer.

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