From the 'Highpoint' observatory you get spectacular views across the County Borough, from here you cannot miss 'Sultan' the UK's largest figurative earth Sculpture.
Near Ystrad Mynach/Gelligaer
CaerphillyCF82 7GL 01443 816853
Ruperra Castle was built in 1626 by Sir Thomas Morgan of Machen. The castle is an unique example of a Jacobean Chivalric castle.
A tranquil country park tucked away in the Darran Valley, two miles north of Bargoed. From caravan and camping, taking a stroll around the park or a relaxing cuppa in the café there's lots to enjoy at Parc Cwm Darran.
With over 150 acres of woodland walks with spectacular views of surrounding countryside, Coed Craig Ruperra offers a lovely opportunity to walk through a natural woodland now interpreted by many colourful panels.
Unearthing a sleeping giant
Dominating an impressive 30 acre site, Caerphilly Castle is Wales' largest and Britain's second largest castle behind Windsor.
Visit Wales' best preserved canal feeder reservoir. This is popular summertime family park with safe, flat open spaces to picnic, fly a kite, kick a ball or just laze by the waters edge.
Pen Y Fan Pond Country Park
Nr. Oakdale01495 270991
The Y Galeri features a changing programme of work from some of Wales' well known artists, as well as a diverse range of work by a number of emerging artists.
Visitors today step into the Manor House restored and furnished as it would have been in 1645. All the furnishings in the rooms are accurate reproductions of items from the time of the Prichards and many of the originals can be found in the Museum of Welsh Life at St. Fagans.