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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 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 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 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 Penrice Castle Park - Penrice Castle Park surrounds the 18th Century mansion of Penrice Castle. The house is the one of the finest country houses in Wales. Penrice Castle P Oxwich beach to Three Cliffs Bay Walk - You should allow 2.5 hours to complete this walk (Distance 5 miles / 8 km). The walk starts on the beach at Oxwich Bay and it is a very easy walk to d Gower Peninsula Beaches - These fantastic beaches are now even more accessible
with the new All Wales Coastal Path circumventing the Gower Peninsula.
Walk from one glorious Oxwich Castle - Oxwich Caslte is situated in the Gower Peninsula and overlooks Oxwich Bay. Gower is a marvel. Heritage buffs and beach bums alike love this beautiful 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 Port Eynon Bay - Port Eynon is at the Western tip of the peninsula. It is a delightful little village with a proud history of seafaring men. The beach is perfect for c 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 Weobley Castle - Weobley Castle is located in the Gower Peninsula t the south east of Landimore and to the west of Llanrhidian. Weobley (pronounced web-lee) was the p Gower Coast Path - The Gower Coast Path is an area of contrast â€“ from the
busy seaside city of Swansea to the stunning coastline of the Gower
Peninsula with its aw St Cattwg's Church - St Cattwg's Church is located at the far south west of the Gower peninsula in the village of Port Eynon (Porth Einon). Port Eynon parish church was fo 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. 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) 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 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 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 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 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
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