Maps of :Burry Green Tourist Attractions
Map of Burry Green Tourist Attractions in Wales >
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Burry Green Attractions
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 Britannia Inn - Boasting awe-inspiring views over the Loughor Estuary, the Britannia Inn is situated in the picturesque village of Llanmadoc on the North Coast of the 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 Llangennith Beach Surfing - The 3 mile long beach is well known throughout the UK and it attracts bathers and walkers in equal numbers. The west facing point of Rhossili known as Rhossili Beach - Rhossili Beach is situated on the western tip of the Gower peninsula. A wide expanse of golden sands and a clifftop walk with breathtaking views of Wo Gower Peninsula National Trust - Visitor centre in area of spectacular countryside and coast with lovely beaches. The Trust owns and protects much land on the beautiful Gower peninsu Rhossili Visitor Centre - The Trust owns and protects much land on the beautiful Gower Peninsula. The visitor centre is situated near to the Warren, the Down, Worm s Head, Rhos Rhossili Beach Surfing - Rhossili, set just down the beach from Llangennith stretches three miles and is one of those unique locations on earth where they boast one of the bes 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 Red Lady of Paviland Cave - The Red Lady of Paviland Cave is located on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. Paviland Cave is famed for the archaeological find – a skeleton know 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 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 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 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 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 Gower Coast Path - The Gower Coast Path is an area of contrast – from the
busy seaside city of Swansea to the stunning coastline of the Gower
Peninsula with its aw 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 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
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