Maps of :Barry Island Tourist Attractions
Map of Barry Island Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Barry Island, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Barry Island that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Barry Island Attractions
Barry Island Pleasure Park - Barry Island Pleasure Park is one of Wales Premiere Pleasure Parks. The park is open from Easter through to September. We are constantly adding new a Barry Island Quasar - Welcome to the website for Barry Island Quasar. Our specially designed arena allows 2 teams to battle it out using state of the art laser tag equipmen Barry Island Railway - Barry Island Railway is a heritage railway line based at the South Wales seaside resort of Barry Island. Situated some 10 miles to the west of Cardiff Whitmore Bay - Whitmore Bay is located near Barry Island, Vale of
Glamorgan, South Wales. Whitmore Bay is the main beach on Barry Island
it is a huge crescent Barry Island Railway Station - Barry Island railway station has direct links to Aberdare, Barry, Cardiff Central, Merthyr Tydfil and Pontypridd.|
Facilities at the station include Beach Volley Ball - Beach Volley Ball - A sport for the summer. Volley ball courts are on the beach at Whitmore Bay, Barry Island throughout the summer and are open to al Barry Railway Station - Barry railway station has direct links to:|
Aberdare, Barry Island, Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Llantwit Major, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd and Rhoos Barry Town Trail - Barry Town trail is a walk in the town of Barry, South
Wales. It is a wonderful way to discover more about Barry and Barry
Island. The Town Trail Celtic Cruises - Cruising under sail from a variety of harbours around South Wales, Celtic Cruises offers an environmentally friendly and exclusive range of specially Valeways Millennium Heritage Trail - Valeways Millennium Heritage Trail is a circular route, 69 miles long, around the Vale of Glamorgan through landscapes of historical and scenic intere Memorial Hall Theatre - The Memorial Hall and Theatre presents year-round programme of professional and community performances, participatory workshops and activities, and re Memo Arts Centre - Welcome to the Memo Arts Centre, a vibrant and exciting multi-purpose arts venue with cinema situated in the heart of Barry, in the Vale of Glamorgan. Barry Castle - The remains of Barry Castle lie to the north of Romilly Park in the west of the town of Barry
in South Wales. Little remains other than a two-storey Barry Docks Railway Station - Porthkerry Country Park - On the western side of Barry is Porthkerry Country Park. 220 acres of woods and meadowland in a sheltered valley leading to a pebble beach and specta Cadoxton Railway Station - Victoria Park - Victoria Park is open from 8am to dusk everyday free of charge. The Room in the Park houses local exhibitions and displays from 10am to 4pm. The park Brynhill Golf Club - Brynhill golf club is a picturesque meadowland 18
hole course situated just north of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan. The
club caters for all ages Welsh Hawking Centre - At the Welsh Hawking Centre you will see over 200 Bird of Prey including Eagles, Owls, Hawks, Falcons and Buzzards. They can be seen and photographe St Andrews Major Golf Club - St. Andrews Major Golf Club has been established since 1993 and has acquired an excellent reputation of being both a friendly and accommodating golf c Rhoose (Cardiff International Airport) Railway Station - Rhoose (Cardiff International Airport) railway station has direct links to Aberdare, Bridgend, Cardiff Central and Merthyr Tydfil.|
Facilities at the Cardiff International Airport - Cardiff International Airport is once again in top
class company with the bigger UK airports after being voted one of the
Top 10 Best Airports i Wenvoe Castle Golf Club - Wenvoe Castle is a members’ club committed to maintaining the traditions and values of the game. It is particularly important to us that visitors an Dyffryn Gardens - Dyffryn is not just one garden but a series of gardens consisting of a number of outdoor rooms. Each room is enclosed within clipped yew hedges and ha St Lythans Burial Chamber - Known as Gwal-y-Filiast in Welsh this is a single stone chamber, now denuded of its cairn, belonging to the so-called Cotswold-Severn group of Neoli Dinas Powys Golf Club - The course has dramatic views over the Bristol Channel , Penarth and Barry and countryside to the north east.
It is challenging and very well prese St Lythams Church of St Bleddian - The parish church of St Lythans is dedicated to St Bleddian. It lies in the benefice of Wenvoe and St Lythans. The church is a medieval foundation and Cosmeston Lakes Country Park - The country park has a variety of habitats covering over 100 hectares of land and water, some 46ha being designated a S.S.S.I (Site of Special Scien Cosmeston Medieval Village - Cosmeston Medieval Village is set in the year 1350, a troubled period in the history between the English and Welsh. The village grew out of a fortif Fonmon Castle - Castle dating from the 12th Century still occupied as a family home.
Georgian rococo interiors house an important collection antique paintings, book Tinkinswood Burial Chamber - Tinkinswood is an impressive Neolithic burial chamber of the so-called 'Cotswold-Severn' type. The capstone weighs around 40 tons and is one of the l Glamorganshire Golf Club - Glamorganshire Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course situated in the seaside town of Penarth on the outskirts of Cardiff. It is the second oldest g St Cadocs Church Llancarfan - The church of St Cadoc’s is the focus of the small & charming village of Llancarfan in the heart of Vale of Glamorgan. A Celtic monastery, foun Eastbrook Railway Station -
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