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Aberavon seafront is one of Wales’ longest beaches and has a contemporary promenade that overlooks Swansea Bay. This place is popular whatever the weather, and boasts an Aquasplash playground, children’s play areas & Apollo Cinema.
The National Trust property at Aberdulais Falls has one of the most famous waterfalls in South Wales. Situated in the village of Aberdulais adjacent to the Dulais Rock pub, an ideal place to start a journey around the Vale of Neath.
Discover how a small village in the Welsh valleys used cutting edge technologies to harness an ice age landscape and breath-taking waterfalls, to shape the industries that changed the world.
This ancient and modern Church has been a place of Christian worship for well over a thousand years.
Attic Gallery is Wales' longest established private gallery. It was founded in 1962 to highlight the work of contemporary artists working in Wales.
Bishop's Wood Local Nature Reserve is comprised of 46 acres (19 hectares) of woodland & limestone grassland. It was designated a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in 1975, a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 2003 (SSSI)
A spectacular, pebbled, rocky bay with dramatic views of Mumbles lighthouse and Swansea Bay beyond. Popular with families.
The Brangwyn Hall (Neuadd y Brangwyn) is a concert venue in Swansea. It is named after the artist Frank Brangwyn, whose famous "panels", originally intended for the House of Lords, are displayed there.
Carmel National Nature Reserve near Llandeilo is managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales; it comprises a mosaic of habitats with a distinct patchwork pattern of woodland blocks with intervening grassland rides.
With its soft pleasant sand and interesting rock pools Caswell Bay is a firm favourite with families with young children.
Celtic Cruises offers a range of specially planned cruises which explore the natural beauty heritage and wildlife of south-west Wales and the Bristol Channel including Lundy Island.
Our specialist parks are truly magnificent, blooming with rare species, national collections and famous annual displays. The prestigious parks with green flag status are a sanctuary for people from the hustle and bustle of city life.
5 Cwmdonkin Drive in the Uplands suburb of Swansea is the house in which the late Welsh poet Dylan Thomas was born and lived with his family for the first 23 years of his life and where he created 2/3rds of his published works.
Elysium gallery is an artist led organisation run by professional volunteers who share the same vision for artists of all media’s in Wales and the rest of Britain.
Founded in 1911 by the bequest of Richard Glynn Vivian, the gallery belongs to the City & County of Swansea and houses a distinctive collection formed over the last century, which continues to grow with new work from today's artists.
A family run business established in summer 2003, our aim is to provide a breathtaking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast, leaving our passengers with unforgettable memories.
Gower Gallery has evolved from Mumbles Fine Art, a gallery which has been at the centre of Mumbles for over a decade. The gallery is very popular with the people of Swansea and visitors for fine art and on site picture framing.
A 12th Century Water Powered Cornmill,the Heritage Centre has Tearooms,craft workshops for,pottery,weaving,food foraging,artisan bread,blacksmith,guided walks,coach tours of the Gower,indoor childrens playareas,Woollen Mill & animals.
The Gower Way runs for 35 miles (56km) along the coast of the Gower Peninsula, the first place in Britain to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Neath Museum and Art Gallery is situated at the Gwyn Hall, Orchard Street in the town centre.