Aberdare is a busy shopping town which combines an eventful history with a grand scenic setting and an unusual cultural claim to fame as the cradle of the British film industry
At 300 metres above sea-level, Ferndale in the Rhondda Fach is the highest town in Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Visit the beautiful town of Llantrisant
Mountain Ash owes its existence to the coal boom of the nineteenth century, becoming a sizeable town within a very short period of time.
Nestling at the foot of steep, wooded slopes where the River Rhondda joins the River Taff, Pontypridd is a bustling, traditional market town.
In Welsh, Porth means "gateway", and standing at the confluence of the rivers Rhondda Fawr and Rhondda Fach
Visit the peaceful town of Tonypandy which has benefited from a commitment to the regeneration of the Victorian town center.
Visit Treorchy and its broad high street whcih stretches for nearly a mile along the valley floor and is filled with small shops selling every conceivable product