Explore The area
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Beyond Pitton Cross and Rhossili the Gower peninsula itself being Britain’s First Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (1956) is very much a mix of small farms, open common and moorland, sand dunes and rugged limestone sea cliffs, criss - crossed by ancient footpaths and country lanes. Small rural villages tuck into the hilly landscape, others enjoy the shelter offered by headlands and places like Rhossili brave an exposed cliff top position enduring the variable Atlantic weather.
Find out more at the Visit Wales page for Gower.
Being a regional shopping centre and Wales’s second city offers a mix of high street outlets, local shops, Bowling , Cinema and the largest indoor market in Wales
The Swansea marina and Wales's National Waterfront Museum offer a glimpse into Swansea’s past and present
Singleton with its hot houses and botanical gardens, Cwmdonkin a favourite haunt of Dylan Thomas, or Clyne with its huge collection of Rhododendrons and Azalias; spectacular in May and the tallest Magnolia in the UK, all well worth a visit.