Abergavenny is situated in the county of Monmouthshire, South Wales. Abergavenny is an historic market town in the north of the county that can trace its history back to Roman times. A vibrant and unspoilt town, Abergavenny also acts as the Gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park with the Black Mountains being the closest mountain range. Visitors to Abergavenny may enjoy walking, cycling and bird watching, or for the more adventurous there is the opportunity for paragliding and mountain biking. The river Usk runs through the town, making Abergavenny a beautiful place to visit.
Many visit Abergavenny for its famous market days in the newly restored Victorian Market Hall. These include the farmers market, flea market, collectors fair, craft fair and the original produce market. The famous Abergavenny Food Festival attracts large crowds each September to the more than 100 stalls selling organic and locally sourced fare. ....
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