Hay offers visitors’ access to a wide range of attractions, from river sports to mountain walks, more medieval castles than anywhere else in the world, prehistoric sites, fascinating churches, festivals, gardens and many other attractions.
Hay on Wye is situated on the river Wye, the border between England and Wales, in the foothills of the Black Mountains. The town of Hay boasts the largest number of second hand bookshops in the world, a range of restaurants and pubs serving delicious local produce, boutique independent shops and the traditional stores run by local families that have been here for generations. Hay is a working market town with butchers, bakers, ironmongers, greengrocer and a delicatessen, alongside a Thursday produce and livestock market.
Churches and Cathedrals
Canoeing and Boating
Cycling and Walking
Festivals and Events
Brecon - 2nd Saturday of the month
Monmouth - 4th Saturday of the month
Llandovery last Saturday of the month
Abergavenny - 4th Thursday of the month
Merthyr Tydfil - 1st Friday of the month
Llangynidr - last Sunday of the month
Hereford – Every Wednesday and Saturday
Hay on Wye – Every Thursday