In the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales, Barry is a quaint seaside resort that has placed host to a number of famous faces, including those of Gavin and Stacey. Barry enjoys great road and railway access, which is important for its immense popularity. Barry Island Peninsula is the main attraction for visitors to Barry, having a stunning beach and fabulously fun Pleasure Park, where you can enjoy rollercoaster’s and dodgems.
Barry Island Peninsula also features the Heritage Railway Station, a place where you can view an interesting Steam Engine and for the kids is a Thomas the Tank Engine replica.
When holidaying in Barry you can also enjoy walks in the Vale of Glamorgan, taking in some of the most beautiful scenery the United Kingdom has to offer. Also nearby is Amelia Trust Farm, where you and the kids can enjoy animals, workshops, nature walks and many other great activities.
Not so much an island anymore as a promenade to stroll and enjoy the seaside feel of Barry
A family fairground suitable for all ages with rides and games, situated opposite the prom
Welsh Hawking Centre
Another fun place for the children is this centre located north of Barry, with over 250 species of birds than can be viewed and held.
Located in nearby Dyffryn, and surrounding a Victorian residence are these delightful gardens. Ponds, neat lawns and beautiful colours are a highlight of these serene gardens
Slightly further north from Barry is Wales most successful vineyard. Tours and tasting are available between March and December