The tour of England remains incomplete without visiting Wales. The region comprises of many picturesque sightseeing spots and destinations. But the most notable among them is the legendary Llyn y Fan Fach Lake which is based in western border part of the scenic Black Mountain. This popular lake forms an integral part of the national park of Wales which is frequently flocked by visitors around the globe. If you are quite curious to catch a glimpse of this lake then be ready to have a nice walk along the rocky mountainous terrain to reach the designated spot conveniently.
The lakeside is ideal for family picnic or spending intimate moments with your partners. Equally impressive and jaw-dropping is the surrounding atmosphere of this lake. The lake shares a strong association with the Myddfai village of the Carmarthenshire area of Wales. It is believed that the lake had played a great role in the birth of notable Herbalists who were believed to possess magical powers for curing different diseases during the medieval period. The association of this lake with the village was found in the ancient manuscript of 14th century which is commonly known as Red Book of Hergest.
As per the well documented legend, a farmer of Blaensawdde named Rhiwallon married a beautiful woman who used to come out of the water of this lake and sat in the rocky corner. The marriage was finalized on one condition that if the farmer struck his wife unnecessarily for three times then she would again return inside the water. As the farmer was failed to keep the pre-marriage promise, the lady had again immersed inside the lake. This famous lake was also associated with the legend of King Arthur and magical Excalibur.