Situated adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, Tintern Abbey is a must see. This spectacular Abbey is nestled within a lovely area of Wye scenery. The forested areas to its west on the Welsh side of the river to the north, have plenty of tracks and quiet lanes to roam. Don't just cycle by, stop and have coffee and cake at one of it's cycling friendly cafes.
Beacon Hill, St Briavels, Earlswood, Trellech and the Devil's Pulpit are just a few local places that are worth a visit on the bike. There's plenty of up hill and down hill too! So enjoy the ride and the scenic roads that are in rapid succession.
When visiting the Wye Valley, Tintern Abbey is a must. This awe inspiring Abbey will be sure to take your breath away.
If you're visiting in June, Tintern Summer Fete starts at midday and ends and midnight - enjoy a fabulous mix of stalls, live music, good food and drink.
There are many cycling friendly places to eat at Tintern Abbey, including cafes and pubs. You'll be spoil't for choice!
Looking to cycle along the forest trails or roads in and around the Wye Valley?
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