Maps of :Garth Tourist Attractions
Map of Garth Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Garth, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Garth that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Maesteg Ewenny Road Railway Station - Maesteg Swimming Pool - Maesteg Swimming Pool has two pools. The main pool is 25 metres long with 6 lanes, with a deep end of 1.8m and a shallow end of 1.2m, which makes it a Maesteg Railway Station - Maesteg railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Caerau, Cardiff Central, Ebbw Vale Parkway, Nantyfyllon, Holyhead.|
North West: M Maesteg Golf Club - Maesteg Golf Club offers the golf enthusiast a well maintained James Braid designed course of considerable character and maturity (Est. 1912). In an a Cwm Garw Valley - Cwm Garw is situated to the west of the capital of Cardiff, in the county of Bridgend. Ogmore Vale is situated under 2 miles to the east of Cwm Garw, Blaengarw Workmen's Hall - Blaengarw Workmen's Hall mission is to play a central role in the regeneration of the Garw Valley by being a vibrant, diverse and exciting cultural an The Penhydd Trail Mountain Bike Trail - The Penhydd Trail is the original mountain bike trail in Afan Forest Park, There are big climbs followed by technical descents which mean this trail Afan Valley Bike Shed - Bike Hire is available at Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre at Afan Valley Bike Shed. Situated underneath the cafe at the visitor centre, there's a wide Afan Forest Park - Afan Forest Park is a major centre for walking and mountain biking in Neath Port Talbot, South Wales. The Afan Forest Park is quite simply a place of The Wall Mountain Bike Trail - The Wall Trail is a 14 miles,24 km (approx. 15 miles) mainly single-track loop with spectacular cliff top views of the Afan Valley en-route. The trail Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre - Parc Slip Nature Reserve is a beautiful 247 acre site comprising a variety of different habitats, managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wal Margam Country Park - Margam Country Park, where in addition to the splendid landscapes, architecture, rich heritage and cultural past, you can enjoy a full programme of en Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure - It’s not in the dictionary, but if it was, Go Ape would be described as a ‘high-wire forest adventure’. That means we build giant obstacle cours Ogmore River -
The River Ogmore (Welsh: Afon Ogwr) is a river in South Wales. The River Ogmore rises at Craig Ogwr (527m) in the Ogmore Valley as the Ogwr Fawr bef Margam Abbey - Margam Abbey was a Cistercian monastery, located at Margam. It was founded in 1147 as a daughter house of Clairvaux by Robert, Earl of Gloucester and Margam Stones Museum - Housed in an early church schoolhouse, the collection includes a number of important pre-Conquest early Christian memorials. Parking, toilets. Entry The Whites Level Mountain Bike Trail - The White's Level is a 24 km (approx. 15 miles) single-track with a climb and a downhill. The trail starts at Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre. Very te Sarn Railway Station - Glyncorrwg Ponds - Glyncorrwg ponds are set amidst the 9,000 acres of the Afan Forest Park. The Glyncorrwg Ponds and the surrounding countryside make a great day out f
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