It's true that Neath Port Talbot is a fantastic place to live and work in. Our county, which is sandwiched between the Brecon Beacons' foothills and the golden sands of Aberavon Beach, provides easy access to Cardiff and Swansea as well as a healthy dose of semi-rural life with reasonably priced homes and top-notch schools.

Neath Port Talbot offers a place of extreme diversity where beauty and grit combine to form an unexpected landscape and an unmatched sense of community in the towns and villages that make up our county. These landscapes include mountains and valleys, rivers and coasts, as well as the rural and industrial landscapes of its proud heritage.

As much a part of this place as our landscapes are the people who call it home. Everywhere you look, you'll see our distinctive personality: friendly.

Neath is home to several historic structures and notable sites, including Neath Abbey, which was established in 1130, and has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The local rugby team, Neath RFC, has a devoted fan base and the town also has a vibrant rugby culture.

Neath offers a decent selection of neighborhood stores, eateries, and bars. Every Wednesday and Saturday, there is a market as well. There is a strong sense of community in the town, and many people know one another, which fosters a close-knit and welcoming environment.

Living in Neath is likely to be tranquil, community-focused, and full of outdoor recreation possibilities and interesting historical sites to discover.