Mid Wales is a place to visit to escape the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life. But it has so much more to offer, especially when the sun goes down. Dominated by the Cambrian Mountains, including the Green Desert of Wales, the region is thinly populated. It’s an area with an economy dependent on farming and small businesses but recently, a new type of tourism has emerged that is perfectly suited to Mid Wales’ topography.
The area we consider as Mid Wales spans to include two National Parks; the Southern part of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. As well as the Cambrian Mountains, these two amazing areas both considered as AONB are globally recognised, and now the region also has internationally acclaimed dark sky reserves.
Star tourism is free, and areas with little light pollution – such as Mid Wales – have become a
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