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Gower Peninsula, Swansea
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The first place in the United Kingdom to be designated an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty," Gower Peninsula is adorned with no less than six castles: Penrice, Oystermouth, Oxwich, Pennard, Weobley, and Bovehill Castles. The condition of the castles varies from intact to ruinous, but each is remarkable to explore and located near the sea. The award-winning bays and beaches offer pristine sands and cliffs. Remains of Bronze Age people who inhabited the region have been found in local caves. Visit Tooth Hole Cave, the sacred place where the ancient people layed their dead. Check the weather before traveling to the peninsula. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Gower Peninsula and many more Swansea attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Swansea vacation trip planner.
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Our first visit to the Gower. We will return again. We was blessed with sunny days, although you knew it was October early morning and evening. We stayed in Slade, a good central place to do some seri... read more »
There a places i remember.some have gone but some remain. Well the gower .with its worm bay .where those famous words just popped into my mind on this sunny afternoon .as i sat on a elevated patio out... read more »
We are Americans who visited the Gower Peninsula. We parked our car in the pay and display Lot and thought we would spend a few minutes looking around at the area. The beauty of this area took over an... read more »
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