Map of Neath Port Talbot
A printed version of this map of Neath Port Talbot is a perfect companion in your travels across Wales as it provides useful information about the major cities of the province and their surroundings. You can use this map of Neath Port Talbot to find the easiest route to the city where you made hotel arrangements and to choose what kind of transportation to use: car hire, personal car, train or bus. The surrounding districts of this province are included in detail, which makes this map of Neath Port Talbot the perfect companion if you want to tour this entire part of Wales.
This is a map of Neath Port Talbot. This map aims to provide you with full details surrounding the roads, streets, landmarks and provincial or regional divides of the county borough.
Neath Port Talbot is one of Wales’s county borough, as well as being a unitary authority area. Neath Port Talbot is the 3rd most populated county borough within wales, and the 8th most populous unitary authority area. The Admin Headquarters is located in Port Talbot.
In terms of area, it is ranked 11 km squared. Its total area measures at around 440 km squared. Neath Port Talbot has just over 139,000 people within its borders, and ranks 8th in comparison to other unitary authority areas. The population density rank for the county borough is 12th, with an average of 311 people for every kilometre squared.
The borders of Neath Port Talbot authority area stretch from the borders of the Brecon Beacons National Park to the coast. 43% of the land in the county is covered by forestry, in upland areas there are major conifer plantations. A large majority of the land is semi-upland or upland in character.
The area around Port Talbot contains most of the lower lying flat land, near the coast. Stretching along the coast is a dune system that is extensive. River Mouths and developed areas break up the dune system. The five valleys of: Dulais Valley, Afan Valley, Vale of Neath, Upper Amman Valley and Swansea Valley cut up the upland areas of Neath Port Talbot.