Rhanbarthau Cymru

Cymru yw 1 o’r 4 gwlad sydd yn y Deyrnas Unedig

Mae gan Gymru lywodraeth ddatganoledig, sef Cynulliad Cymru sy’n ymgynnull yng Nghaerdydd, prif ddinas Cymru.

Ystyr ‘Wales’ sy’n deillio o hen air Sacsonaidd yw estroniaid neu ddieithriaid.  Ystyr Cymru yw cyfeillion neu gymaryddion.

Mae Cymru tua 170 milltir (256 cilometr) mewn hyd ac yn lledu tua 60milltir (96 cilometr). Mae’n gorchuddio dros 8000 milltir sgwâr (20,722 cilometr²) - mae hynny tua maint Massachusetts yn yr UDA neu hanner maint Y Swistir.

Er bod Cymru’n wlad fechan mae ganddi 3 pharc Cenedlaethol( Arfordir Sir Benfro, Eryri a’r Bannau Brycheiniog) a 5 Ardal o Harddwch Naturiol Eithriadol ( Dyffryn Gwy, Arfordir Ynys Môn, Penrhyn Llŷn, penrhyn Gwyr a Bryniau Clwyd).

Mae gan Gymru daearyddiaeth amrywiol efo gwrthgyferbyniadau pendant. Mae gwastadedd arfordirol y de yn ymestyn i’r cymoedd, y bryniau a mynyddoedd y canolbarth a gogledd Cymru.

Map of Wales

North Wales

North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a region that’s passionate about language, music and history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches, tumbling rivers and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia.

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Mid Wales

With rich, rolling green landscapes of Powys and the unspoilt Ceredigion coastline, there’s fantastic walking, cycling and riding country, from the Brecon Beacons and the Cambrian Mountains to the soft, rolling hills around Llanidloes.

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South East Wales

Home to our capital city, Cardiff, South Wales is a hub of Welsh culture, sport and entertainment. With first-class shopping, museums and sporting facilities. The Wye Valley has gourmet dining and gorgeous scenery.

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South West Wales

Home to our second city, Swansea. Our beaches, some of the best in the UK, are great for surfing, sailing, swimming or rockpooling. We also have some of the prettiest castles in Wales.

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