Where is the Vale of Glamorgan?
The Vale of Glamorgan is in south Wales on the coast between
Cardiff to the east and Bridgend to the west. We have four towns -
Barry, Cowbridge, Llantwit Major and Penarth - as well as the
stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coast and the seaside fun at Barry
Get here by air
Cardiff Airport is in the Vale of Glamorgan. Find out about
flights at www.tbicardiffairport.com/en/. Once
you are here, you can go green by connecting to local public
Get here by train
A rail link at Rhoose connects the airport with routes
along the Vale's coast to Llantwit Major, Barry and Penarth.
If you are coming from elsewhere in Britain you can take trains to
the Vale via Bridgend (if coming from the west) or Cardiff Central
(if coming from the east / north). Further details can be found
online at www.nationalrail.co.uk or by
calling 08457 484950 (local call rates apply).
Get here by coach
Local bus services can get you right across the Vale,
provides a UK-wide network of express bus services.
Get here by sea
If you are travelling from Ireland, then a number of ferry
operators provide services across the Irish Sea to Wales.
You can find out more online at www.irishferries.com and www.stenaline.co.uk
Get here by car
Take the M4 and exit at junctions 33, 34 or 35, depending on
which part of the county you would like to visit. Junction 33 is
the quickest exit to take if you are visiting Barry or Penarth.