Abergavenny is a historic market town on the Anglo-welsh border in the county of Monmouthshire. Perched on the southeastern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, it is a popular base for expeditions into the mountains.
Sugar Loaf is a nearby mountain of almost 2,000 metres that’s popular with hikers and explorers. Offering stunning views from its summit, the mountain has a variety of trails leading to the top. Another nearby summit that’s characteristic of the area, Blorenge overlooks the River Usk and reaches a height of over 1,800 metres. Featuring panoramic views and a multitude of trails, Blorenge is extremely popular with nature lovers who come here from across the UK.
Abergavenny Market is a highlight of the town’s cultural life and opens for four days per week. Featuring handmade fashion and artisanal food produce, the atmosphere here is particularly vibrant during the weekend, when the market is at its largest.
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