Maps of :Bishopston Tourist Attractions
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Euphoria Sailing Ltd - Book a boat trip, course, water sport or Corporate event with Euphoria and enjoy the Gower coast with friends you want, when you want. Many thanks to Plough & Harrow - The Plough & Harrow is a public house in Murton, south of Swansea in South Wales. Gower Surfing Development - GSD is a 4 star British surfing school, there are only 7 such centres within the UK. In addition GSD is approved course provider by both The City and Caswell Bay - Caswell is a sandy beach and is a popular destination for both visitors and locals all year round, situated ten minutes drive from Mumbles village. A Fairwood Park Golf Club - Situated on the Gower Peninsula, Britain’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, (an ideal location for a golf break or golf holiday) Swansea Airport - Swansea Airport is only 30 minutes away from junction 42 of the M4. After reaching Swansea city centre follow A483 and then the A4118 for approx. 20 m Gower Festival - Celebrating the birthdays of Dylan Thomas and Karl Jenkins. Welcome to the Gower Festival 2014. This festival promises to be full of exciting and vari Langland Bay Golf Club - Langland Bay is an 18 hole, 5857 yards, parkland course ideally located between the delightful bays of Langland and Caswell, on the Gower peninsula. Clyne Golf Club - Clyne is an 18 hole 6334 yards moorland course with extensive sea views. Situated at the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsular, Swansea it is cou Langland Bay - Langland beach is popular for both family days out and surfers trying to get the next big wave.
can be crowded in the summer months being Scampervanhire Campervan Hire - Attraction Details: scampervanhire is a campervanhire business based in Wales. we have a fleet of restored vw campervans for hire, we also have campin Gower Coast Adventures Ltd - Explore the South Gower coast with a breathtaking boat trip tour, leaving passengers with unforgettable memories. Guided by professional qualified cre Oystermouth Castle - Oystermouth Castle is located in a beautiful location
on the hill in Mumbles, overlooking Swansea Bay. Oystermouth Castle was
used as the residenc Swansea Bay Rider - Come and enjoy a trip along the wonderful sweep of Swansea Bay as the Swansea Bay Rider returns to the promenade! The train runs between Blackpill a Langland Bay to Caswell Bay Walk - This walk is in Langland near Mumbles on the Gower
peninsula south Wales. It takes approximately 1.5 hours (Distance 2.25
miles / 4 km). On this w Gower Heritage Centre - working Watermill & Craft Workshops - Set in the heart of the Gower Peninsula just west of Swansea, South Wales, the Gower Heritage Centre was established in 1990 as countryside crafts cen Coakley's Fishmonger Swansea - Extensive range of locally caught fish and shellfish, including seabass, conger eel and lobster. |
Opening Times: 9.00am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday Mumbles Rugby Club - Mumbles RFC clubhouse has a wide range of rugby memorabilia. It has two bars to which visitors are as welcome as members and locals, and provides an i Clyne Gardens - Clyne Gardens contains varied National Collections of plants set in beautiful parkland.
Internationally famous for its surperb collections of Rhodo Blackpill Lido - Swanseaâ€™s most exciting childrenâ€™s activity area! Situated adjacent to the promenade and the Junction Cafe at Blackpill, the area offers outstand Three Cliffs Bay - Three Cliffs Bay is probably the most photographed of the beaches in Wales.
The setting would tempt all but the most aqua phobic amongst us into ente Gower Explorer - A family run business established in summer 2003, our aim is to provide a breathtaking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast, leaving our passeng Parc Le Breos Burial Chamber - Parc Le Breos Burial Chamber lies in the south Gower Peninsula and is a Neolithic tomb belonging to the so-called Severn-Cotswold group. The bones of Capel Y Crwys Three Crosses - Capel Y Crwys Independent Chapel is the largest chapel on the Gower peninsula. The chapel is a Grade II listed building and the current chapel buildin Holy Trinity Church - Holy Trinity church was built in 1969 to be a place of Christian worship for the people of the then new estate of Sketty Park. Over the last thirty-fi Bracelet Bay Beach - Bracelet Bay is located between Mumbles Headland and Langland on the Gower peninsula, Swansea, South Wales. Just round the corner from the flat beach Mumbles Lifeboat Station - Mumbles Lifeboat Station is positioned adjacent to
Mumbles Pier on the edge of Swansea Bay, South Wales. The Mumbles
lifeboat station has a remark The Joiners Arms - The Joiners Arms is a detached pub situated in the heart of the village of Three Crosses in the Gower area of City of Swansea. The pub has two bars an Poundffald Inn - The Poundffald Inn has a history going back over 150 years. Originally it was known as the Pound by English speakers and the Ffald (being the Welsh fo Mumbles Pier - Following its closure in July 2011 for restoration work, Mumbles Pier reopened in April 2014. The pier reopened to the public following a huge refurbi Swansea University-English Language Training Services ELTS -
Studying at ELTS will improve your English language skills before you start your academic studies, or while studying on Swansea
University program Scampervanhire Campervan Hire - Attraction Details: scampervanhire is a campervanhire business based in Wales. we have a fleet of restored vw campervans for hire, we also have campin Swansea University - Swansea University is a vibrant campus founded in 1920. It has around 12,500 students and offers over 500 undergraduate and 130 postgraduate courses Mumbles Lighthouse - Mumbles Lighthouse sits on the outer of two islands,
known as Mumbles Head, lying about 500 yards to the E.S.E. of the
mainland known as Mumbles, Museum Of Egyptian Antiquities - The Egypt Centre consists of part of a collection by the pharmacist Sir Henry Wellcome from the turn of the century, it has been in the keeping of Uni St Paul's Church, Sketty - St Paul's was built just over 150 years ago by the Vivian family of Singleton Abbey, and consecrated by the Bishop of St David's on 27th September 185 Singleton Park - A must visit for families of all ages. Singleton Park has acres of simple, unadorned green space.
The walled Botanical Gardens at the top of the p Gower Golf Club - The Gower Golf Club has an 18 hole, 6441 yards, parkland course set in 150 acres of rolling countryside. It is located on the northern fringe of the Cwmllwyd Wood Nature Reserve - Lying on the southern slope of Cockett Valley about two miles from Swansea, Cwmllwyd Wood consists mainly of oak trees planted 100 years ago and two Swansea Rugby Football Club - The â€˜All Whites,â€™ as they are also known, was initially formed in 1872 under association football rules and converted to rugby following a decisio St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground - St. Helenâ€™s Rugby and Cricket Ground is a sports venue in Swansea, South Wales, which is used for rugby and cricket events. The ground opened in 18 Oxwich Beach - Oxwich Bay offers huge sand dunes and wide expanses of golden sands that stretch for miles. Walk approximately two miles and you arrive at what is pro The Brangwyn Hall - Beautiful historic building with striking murals by Sir Frank Brangwyn, ideal for banqueting, conferences and concerts.
The Brangwyn Hall is well l Cwmdonkin Park - Cwmdonkin Park is a beautiful park situated in the heart of the city of Swansea, South Wales. The park proved inspirational to the Welsh Poet Dylan Th Brangwyn Hall - The Brangwyn Hall (Welsh: Neuadd y Brangwyn) is a concert venue in Swansea. It is named after the artist Frank Brangwyn, whose famous "panels&quo Dylan Thomas Birthplace - Number 5 Cwmdonkin Drive in the Uplands suburb of Swansea - the second city of Wales - played a huge part in shaping the style and output of Dylan Tho Gowerton Railway Station - Gowerton Railway Station sits on the Heart of Wales line and has direct links to Bucknell, Builth Road, Bynea, Cardiff Central, Cilmeri, Dolau, Ffairf The Westbourne - Recently refurbished to a high modern standard. The Westbourne has become a popular pub for young and old. Surrounded by 3 other lively pubs and numer Penclawdd Shellfish Processors - Cockles and Laverbread from Wales. The Burry Inlet is one of the few estuaries left in this country in which commercial hand gathering using a rake an Ffynone House School Swansea - At Ffynone House School in Swansea you can be assured that the school will provide the best education for your child and ensure the best response from The Phoenix Centre - The Phoenix Centre is a purpose built community enterprise centre at Paradise Park in Townhill.13 business units: these are rented by people who eithe Selwyn's Penclawdd Seafoods - Cockles have been harvested in Penclawdd since Roman Times. The Burry estuary, which lies between the Gower Peninsula and the County of Camarthenshire
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