The stylish waterfront metropolis of Swansea is home to attractions such as the National Waterfront Museum where the story of Wales over the last three centuries unfolds. Swansea also boasts colourful Clyne Gardens featuring exotic plants, the interesting Dylan Thomas Centre and Plantasia – a huge glass pyramid housing tropical flowers. Sensational sightseeing takes in the Swansea Bay area including the breathtaking Gower Peninsula. We also venture out to the medieval walled settlement of Tenby and to cosmopolitan Cardiff.
Guided tour of Cardiff
Cardiff is home to a historic castle, Edwardian architecture and the modern Cardiff Bay waterfront development that houses the Millennium Centre along with shops and cafés. Our guided tour gets your sightseeing off to a great start then you can continue exploring at your own pace.
Swansea Bay, Mumbles & Gower Peninsula
We explore our surroundings taking in the Swansea Bay area on the Bristol Channel with its sweep of sandy beach. From here, we continue to quaint Mumbles, gateway to the Gower Peninsula and home to Oystermouth Castle and an eighteenth century lighthouse. We proceed into the peninsula where you’ll be awestruck by the golden sands, limestone cliffs and wild moorland – little wonder Gower was designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.
This enchanting medieval hamlet is enclosed by ancient walls with a maze of narrow streets, a fifteenth century church and a fascinating Tudor Merchant’s House – not forgetting beautiful blue flag beaches