Places to visit in Wales

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Rhossili Bay Beach
Beaches

Rhossili Bay Beach

Rhossili Bay has 3 miles of gorgeous sand and coastline. Perfect for walkers, watersports and wonderful views!

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Plantasia
Attractions

Plantasia

Go on an amazing adventure through a tropical rainforest.Get up close & personal with the animals and discover a variety of rare and exotic plants in this interactive, fully immersive tropical indoor experience for all the family. Discover the different levels of a rainforest; from the dark undergrowth to the breath-taking canopy, there’s so much to squeeze in!

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The LC Swansea
Attractions

The LC Swansea

The LC Swansea home to Wales’ biggest indoor Waterpark, Swansea's most state-of-the-art gym and now TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice award winner. The LC also features a legendary indoor surf machine, the Boardrider, a four storey interactive play area, a 30ft indoor climbing wall and a multi-purpose sports and exhibition hall - you can have an epic adventure all under one roof.

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Wales Coast Path
Walks & Cycle Routes

Wales Coast Path

Wales is the first country in the work dto have a dedicated footpath that hugs the entire coastline - all 870 miles of glorious diversity!

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Penllergare Valley Woods
Attractions

Penllergare Valley Woods

A 'forgotten' Victorian paradise with lakes, waterfalls, terraces, panoramic views and exotic trees is being brought back to life by Penllergare Trust

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Weobley Castle
Attractions

Weobley Castle

Your abiding memory of Weobley will be its dramatic location on the windswept coast of the Gower peninsula – overlooking marshes and mudflats with the wild Llwchwr estuary beyond.

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Worm's Head
Beaches

Worm's Head

Historically named 'Wurm' meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders, the promontory, Worm's Head, is shaped like a giant sea-serpent and marks the most westerly tip of Gower. The island is joined to the mainland by a rocky causeway and features an large flat-topped 'Inner Head', towards a natural rock bridge called 'Devil's Bridge', a 'Low Neck' leading further out to the 'Outer Head'. The headland is one mile long and the highest point is approximately 150 feet.

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Mumbles Pier
Attractions

Mumbles Pier

The Mumbles Pier has been part of Swansea since 1898, a family run business the Pier is one of very few privately owned Piers left in the UK.

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Swansea Bay
Attractions

Swansea Bay

The perfect location for a legendary adventure. From family holidays and romantic weekend getaways to walking and adrenaline packed experiences

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