Three and a half hours to the west of London and one hour to the north of Cardiff, which has an international airport, Brecon has a privileged location in the south-west of England with a magnificent natural environment as its showcase. In 1957, Brecon Beacons obtained the status of National Park, an exceptional place offering very nice walks, countless cycling paths, authentic villages and breathtaking panoramas. Make the most of the open air by walking to Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, unless you would prefer to relax on board a barge along the canal of Monmouth and of Brecon. The flair of the landscapes and its natural preserved environment make Bercon-Trebinshun a favoured place for lovers of nature and outdoor sports. Golf, horse riding, tennis, squash, croquet or fishing…You will have all the time to spend at your leisure and to relax after the particularly intensive English classes. Regarding excursions, Brecon and Abergavenny serve as a very practical departure point for exploring the marvels of the Beacons. These two villages have managed to conserve the authentic charm of Welsh traditions and numerous independent businesses propose local craftwork and regional products which alone are worth the trip. Two major events animate the region and attract numerous visitors, which are the Brecon jazz festival which takes place every year in August and the Abergavenny food festival in September .A popular holiday destination for the English who like to spend holidays off the beaten track. Brecon-Trebinshun has also become a prestigious destination for the learning of English for executives and professionals from all backgrounds. The famous « Trebinshun House » institute is, without any doubt, of the most exclusive in the field.