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Rhoose (Welsh: Y Rhws) is a village in the Vale of Glamorgan a county of Wales and is the home of the Cardiff Wales International Airport. The adjacent village of Font-y-gary is covered in this article as well.
- 1 Cardiff Airport (CWL IATA), ☏ . The airport is served by a number of airlines including KLM, Thomson Cook and Skybus. KLM provide worldwide links to Cardiff via Amsterdam Schiphol. Domestic services operate daily to Anglesey, Belfast, Newcastle, Newquay, Jersey, Glasgow and Edinburgh. As for European routes, Amsterdam, Paris, Madrid, Dublin, and many other holiday routes such as Faro, Palma de Mallorca and Alicante, operate daily.
- 2 Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station. On the Vale of Glamorgan line that runs between Cardiff and Bridgend
- 1 Rhoose Point. works of art made from rock and coastal rock platform
- Penmark Castle. Once belonging to the Umfravilles family. Nowadays a part of a 13th-century stone curtain wall survives along with a semi-circular tower.