Welcome to Visit Caerphilly


The County Borough of Caerphilly, in the heart of Southern Wales.



A greener place to visit

The County Borough of Caerphilly is located in the heart of Southern Wales just 8 miles north of Cardiff.

With such close proximity to Cardiff, the County Borough of Caerphilly is an ideal base with a fantastic blend of activities, stunning countryside and first class visitor attractions. With excellent rail links to Cardiff throughout the county borough, giving visitors the choice of city shopping and entertainment or the more laid back atmosphere of the County Borough of Caerphilly.

Take a look at what Caerphilly has to offer....

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 Featured Events

Visit our events pages to find out what's on in the County Borough of Caerphilly. From craft and farmers' markets to festivals such as the annual Big Cheese Festival.

Ystrad Mynach Festive Fayre

Nov 19th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bargoed Christmas Market

Nov 26th 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Risca Christmas Market

Nov 26th 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm

 Visitor Attractions and Country Parks

Enjoy the outdoors in one of the many country parks dotted throughout the county borough or discover the majestic Caerphilly Castle with its wall within walls defence and tower that out-leans Pisa. Step back in time to 1645 at Llancaiach Fawr Manor, just 15 minutes up the road from Caerphilly Castle.

 Accommodation

Use our visitor accommodation search or location map to find the perfect place to stay in Caerphilly and the surrounding area. From quaint B&B's and luxurious hotels to cosy self catering cottages, all of a high standard.

 Activities

Outdoor activities to suit all tastes and abilities, from quad biking to trekking and archery to mountain biking!

 Walking & Cycling

The stunning Caerphilly countryside is a walker and cyclists paradise with an abundance of walking and cycling routes that take you through woodlands and wetlands, which reveal secrets of the area’s rich and ancient past.