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Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal



Southwales Map

Last Visited: 1990

From the Mon and Brec near Llangynidr

From the Mon and Brec near Llangynidr

Built high on the side of the Brecon Beacons, few other canals in the UK can rival the Monmouthshire & Brecon for beautiful surroundings.

Just about the right length for a weeks leisurely cruising with half-a-dozen locks, an aqueduct (albeit a small one), a short tunnel, plenty of canal-side pubs and lots of other points of interest, the Mon & Brec is an ideal introduction to the delights of a canal holiday.

If only it wasn╩╝t quite so shallow.