Llandogo is a small village that lies in the lower stretches of the Wye Valley in Monmouthshire, South Wales. The village lies south of The Narth, north of Chapel Hill, west of St. Briavels and north east of Llanishen.
There are many trails around the area, including The Wye Valley walk that runs through the village. The picturesque route runs 136 miles along the River Wye where you could be surprised by herons, cormorants, kingfisher and leaping salmon.
The Wye is largely unpolluted and is therefore considered one of the best rivers for salmon fishing in the United Kingdom
From its source on the slopes of Plynlimon in Mid Wales to Chepstow where it enters the Severn Estuary, the River Wye flows through some of the most attractive and varied countryside in Britain.
There is a wide choice of walks near Llandogo and the Offa's Dyke Walk lies on the east bank of the Wye. Offa's Dyke Walk runs 177 miles through no less than eight different counties and crosses over the border between England and Wales over 20 times.