Glorious Gower PeninsularTour ID: 47
The fabulous Gower Peninsular was created Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. Discover glorious Swansea and Bracelet Bay, South Gower with its gentle rolling hills, through commons, woodland, valleys, past sandy beaches, castles and mediaeval churches to the picturesque village of Rhossili with stunning beach views and dramatic Worms Head, once the haunt of dasdardly wreckers.
Here you can enjoy a delicious snack or visit the tiny gallery or church and National Trust Shop.
Across the peninsular to the North coast through fishing and cockling villages with dunes and salt marshes and fine views of the Millennium coastline.
*Please note this tour involves some walking - there are steps, slopes and undulating surfaces.
Excludes entry charges, tolls, parking fees and any other costs, please ask for further details.
This tour can commence at other un-specified locations by arrangement.