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Visit Hay-On-Wye which is in a unique position on the border between England and Wales making Hay ideal for visitors to explore and enjoy the beautiful border country including market day on a Thursday and the Hay Festival. Hay-on-Wye sits on the edge of the Golden Valley. Wind your way through the villages of Dorstone, Peterchurch, Vowchurch, Abbey Dore and Ewyas Harold, taking in the glorious countryside and the unique town. Hay is quite a small town in Herefordshire and it is possible to walk around the circumference of the town in about 20 minutes. Once you are here, there is no need for public transport to help you get around! Hay Market Day is a vibrant local market held in the centre with stalls offering a diverse range of items, from food to woolly socks, there is something for everyone. There is plenty of things to do in Hay On Wye. Drink, eat, sleep and visit Hay On Wye, breathtaking countryside with the best places to relax and stay: bed and breakfast, self-catering breaks and hotels. Peruse the second hand bookshops, antique shops, independent clothing, food and craft shops. Meander along the river and around The Warren. Take the Wye Valley Walk to the east or west or Offa’s Dyke Trail to the north or south. Walking in Herefordshire is the easiest way to enjoy outdoor activities, get closer to nature and leave behind the hustle and bustle of modern everyday life. There is over 100 miles of River Wye to experience by canoe, kayak and paddleboarding whether it's for a few hours heading to Whitney-on-Wye, or several days, with overnight camping along the way. Discover and experience the latest events and what’s on in Hay On Wye.