Brockweir is a small village that lies on the banks of the River Wye, Gloucestershire, England. The village sits south east of The Narth, north east of Chapel Hill, north of Woodcroft and west of Alvington. Nearby towns and villages include Catbrooke, Hewelsfield, Tintern Parva, St.Briavels and Coldharbour.
There are several footpaths around the village including the long distance footpath Offa's Dyke.
Offa's Dyke Path is a National Trail that stretches through the border country of England and Wales, from the Severn estuary near Chepstow in the south to the Irish Sea at Prestatyn in the north.
The Wye Valley walk is also close by, it is a 136 mile walk that goes from Chepstow on the Bristol Channel through Rhayader in Mid Wales and continues to its source near Pumlumon in the hills above Aberystwyth.
The Horses and Ponies Protection Association (HAPPA) have an Equine Rescue Centre at Gregory Farm, Brockweir (On the Offas's Dyke footpath).