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Continuing its long and illustrious story, and now as one of the last surviving ships of it's type, the MV "Balmoral" won the National Historic Ships Flagship of the Year 2016 offers a wide choice of coastal day excursion cruises.
Ogmore is one of the most popular beaches for visitors along the Glamorgan Heritage Coast due to its expansive golden sands and fertile rock pools.
Ewenny Pottery is a small pottery that has been in the same family for over eight generations. They continue to make beautiful hand thrown pottery for use in the home. Visitors are welcome, the family can be viewed practising their craft.
Tondu Park is one of the newest and most exciting attractions in the area. Visitors can explore the Scheduled Ancient Monument, learn about iron making, the natural woodland and landscaped parkland setting, and attend a variety of events.
Cosmeston Medieval Village, sited within the boundaries of Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, is one of the Vale of Glamorgan's leading tourist attractions.
Unique South Wales heritage property with a fascinating and varied history. The Castle and its beautiful gardens are open to the public and for group tours. Fonmon Castle is also available for hire as a luxury wedding and events venue.
Donats Arts Centre is a unique venue in a unique setting in the grounds of a medieval castle overlooking the sea.
Kenfig NNR (includes the area of sand dunes and Kenfig Pool) are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Glamorgan's largest natural lake, Kenfig Pool, is set on the edge of this beautiful sand dune nature reserve.
220 acres of woods and meadowland in a sheltered valley leading to a pebble beach and spectacular cliffs. Nature trails, picnic sites, café, play area, barbecue area and mini golf courses
Coed Hills Visitor Centre is situated in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan, just 8 miles west of Cardiff. In an area packed with ancient history and breathtaking beaches.
Come and see some magical theatre with your children this season. Each show will be followed by a free interactive workshop which everyone can take part in. Be sure to pick up your Free Children’s Theatre Passport and get it stamped.
New for 2013 is the freshly reopened Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre with Coffee Shop and upstairs Discovery Room, which is available for hire.
Built in 1932, the Grand Pavilion is an Art-Deco multi purpose venue offering live shows, conference and wedding facilities and private parties. The Theatre is situated on the seafront with panoramic views of the Heritage Coast.
Dunraven Bay attracts thousands of visitors every year; although officially called Dunraven Bay, it is also often referred to Southerndown beach taking its name from the nearby village.
Newton is the most easterly beach at Porthcawl and is a ten minute walk from the picturesque village of Newton.
A quieter beach near Porthcawl, popular with locals and surfers, with golden sand edged by a rocky shoreline.
A sheltered sandy beach at Porthcawl located within walking distance of the town and situated in front of a large fairground and seafront area with shops, cafés, bars and fast food outlets.
With rugged cliff scenery, Marcross beach near Llantwit Major has a rocky shore with spectacular rock formations and some sand.
The Memorial Hall and Theatre presents year-round programme of professional and community performances, workshops and activities, and regular classes, as well as providing a comfortable and inspiring setting for corporate events.
Spend a traditional seaside day at the funfair set right by the sea overlooking the spectacular Heritage Coast. Funfair rides, slot machines, hot doughnuts, fish and chips, in fact everything for a fun filled day out.