The unspoilt protected Heritage Coastline of the Vale of Glamorgan has dramatic plunging cliffs and tiny secluded coves. Go inland and you’ll find pretty little historic towns and villages, country lanes and beautiful rolling countryside steeped in history, beauty and culture and peppered with legendary villages, historic towns, fine gardens, ancient churches and medieval castles.
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The coastline’s soaring cliffs, secluded bays and spectacular views are a magnet for walkers and nature lovers and walking the coastal path unveils the most breathtaking seascapes, it a great place for cycling too. The 18-mile Glamorgan Heritage Coast walk is a spectacular journey past dunes, cliffs and coves, rich in wildlife and history.
Swansea, a great industrial town with a proud maritime heritage, is now a thriving city, its revitalised waterfront areas and museums are well worth exploring The Vale of Glamorgan is just a stone’s throw from Cardiff, the vibrant capital city of Wales with an abundance of shops, theatres, restaurants and nightlife. The exciting Cardiff Bay waterfront is home to the Welsh Assembly and the modern Millennium Centre. In the city centre the main tourist attractions are the Millennium Stadium and historic Cardiff Castle.
Cowbridge is an attractive place to visit and a fantastic place to shop with a diversity and choice unexpected of a small town. Llantwit Major situated on the Heritage Coast retains an air of antiquity; its narrow streets are home to many interesting shops and its ancient church houses a collection of rare Celtic crosses. Take a boat trip from Penarth, for fishing or simply just the pleasure of enjoying the beautiful scenery whilst cruising on the ocean waves.
Travel by train on a vintage steam locomotive and enjoy the nostalgia of steam train travel through the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. If it’s outdoor activities you’re seeking, opportunities abound with fourteen golf courses to choose from and fishing both at sea and inland. You can even try your hand at paintballing or go-karting!
This is just a small sample of the things you can see and do on a visit to Glamorganshire, and whether you are a day visitor or having a well deserved holiday you can be sure of a warm welcome everywhere you go!