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Llanarth Village Hall,
Embark on a breathtaking airborne journey and discover the stunning Vale Of Usk from a unique perspective with our South Wales hot air balloon ride.
Launching from the picturesque village of Llanarth, near Raglan and a short distance from Cardiff, immerse yourself in awe-inspiring panoramic views that extend in every direction.
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure when you take flight on our iconic big red balloon.
While on your journey, catch a glimpse of the imposing Raglan Castle or the remarkable Hen Gwrt moated site.
To the north-west, you'll encounter the imposing Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park, recognized as the 5th International Dark Sky Reserve in the world.
If you are lucky and the wind takes you in the right direction, you may even get to see the cities of Newport or Cardiff to the south-west.
A hot air balloon ride in South Wales is an incredible way to take in the stunning Welsh landscapes that surround you, regardless of which direction the wind takes you.
Taking off from Raglan
Raglan is a small village in Monmouthshire, Wales, located approximately 6 miles east of Abergavenny. The village is best known for its 15th-century Raglan Castle, which was once an important stronghold of the Welsh Marches. The castle was built for Sir William ap Thomas and his son, William Herbert, during the Wars of the Roses and played a key role in the conflict. Today, the castle ruins are open to the public and are a popular tourist attraction.
Llanarth is a nearby village in the county of Ceredigion, located approximately 5 miles north of the coastal town of New Quay. The village is situated in a rural area of rolling hills and farmland and is known for its historic church, St. David's, which dates back to the 13th century. The village also has a small primary school and a pub. The surrounding area offers scenic walks and outdoor activities such as fishing and horse riding.