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Tourist Attractions in South Wales & Self Catering Nearby


Liberty Stadium Swansea and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Liberty Stadium in Swansea is the home of the Swansea Football Club and the Ospreys Regional Rugby Team. In the time Swansea FC ( The Swans) have been in the Premiership the town of Swansea has become really popular with fans travelling to the games and enjoying this purpose built stadium. It is short journey from the centre of Swansea but easy to reach by car and bus.  It has also staged many concerts and other events.


Cardiff Bay and self catering accommodation nearby...

A short bus or train ride from Cardiff City Centre to Cardiff Bay, which is one of Europe’s largest Waterfront developments.  The barrage created a huge freshwater lake and easy walking across to Penarth. The Bay houses the Welsh Parliament (Senedd) the Norwegian Church and the Millennium Centre.  Take a tour on a boat and see one of the highest tides in the world. Browse the shops or watch the world go by from one of the many restaurants.


Cwmcarn Forest and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cwmcarn Forest is a great place for a family day out, with walking trails, forest drive, mountain biking trails and visitor centre with a shop and cafe. 

Cwmtwrch and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cwmtwrch is a village in the Swansea Valley, Wales, some 15 miles north of Swansea. A notable feature of Cwmtwrch is the Ffynnon which is a natural spring The name Cwmtwrch (Welsh language: 'Valley of the Wild Boar') derives from the “Twrch Trwyth” a mythical wild boar of King Arthur’s legendsand the ancient Welsh folklore tales of the Mabinogion in early Welsh literature.

Swansea Mumbles and Gower and self catering accommodation nearby...

This area has a multitude of attractions all within close proximity to the city of Swansea which is itself a 5 minute walk from the seafront. Swansea Bay inhabits a 5 mile stretch of the sea front and includes a Marina and the villages of Oystermouth and Mumbles, where you have a Victorian Pier and some very famous ice cream parlours.Further on around the coast is the beautiful Gower peninsula well known with its beautiful beaches and countryside as an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Go Ape High Wire Forest and self catering accommodation nearby...

Go Ape in Cwmafon near Aberavon is a ‘high-wire forest adventure’. The adventure takes you over giant obstacle courses up in the trees using ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels made of wood, rope and super-strong wire, and top it all off with the country’s best zip lines.


Doctor Who Experience and self catering accommodation nearby...

A hugely popular interactive experience that takes you into the realm of Doctor Who and the daleks. Based at Porth Teigr in Cardiff Bay this is a must visit for any fan.

Porthcawl and self catering accommodation nearby...

Porthcawl is a holiday resort in South Wales and  has an extensive promenade and several beaches, two of which are Blue Flag beaches: a tourist-oriented beach at Trecco Bay, at the east end of the town; a sandy beach at Rest Bay, which lies to the northwest of the town; and the quiet and sandy Pink Bay leading out towards Sker Point where a tarmac-covered car park serves a sandy beach.

Cardiff City Stadium and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cardiff City FC is a Premier Football Club and the Cardiff City Stadium is located on Leckwith Road which is a short bus ride from the centre of town.  It is fabulous facility and is used for exhibitions and also weddings.  Nearby the stadium is a large shopping complex and a large Carvery pub.


National Lido of Wales Pontypridd and self catering accommodation nearby...

The National Lido of Wales is located in Ynysangharad Park in the heart of Pontypridd. The Lido has 3 heated pools, a sun terrace, cafe and a viewing gallery and is a popular family attraction. First opened in 1927 it fell into ruin and closed in 1991 but thanks to funding from Welsh Government, Europe, Heritage Lottery and Rhondda Cynon Taf Council it was restored and re-opened in August 2015. 

Swansea Marina and self catering accommodation nearby...

Swansea Marina is home to a new development of apartments and purpose built moorings for boats of all sizes. It also contains a number of coffee shops and restaurants and forms part of the Swansea Bay Waterfront. Visit the ‘Tower’ and enjoy the panoramic sea  views from the restaurant on the 28th floor. Walk or cycle along the seafront for miles and enjoy the views toward the Mumbles. Easy flat path suitable for everyone. 


Techniquest and self catering accommodation nearby...

Located in Cardiff Bay, Techniquest is an independent charity and works to support schools and also tours around Wales. It provides an interactive experience for all ages to bring science, including maths and technology alive via programmes, shows, exhibitions and debates with scientists, which are suitable for all ages and abilities.  It has a science theatre, planetarium and lots more besides. 


National Showcaves Centre for Wales and self catering accommodation nearby...

Dan-yr-Ogof is within the Brecon Beacons National Park and this 17km cave system is a great attraction. In addition to the caves there is a dinosaur park, learning zone, play areas and museum.

The Millennium Stadium and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff world class sports venue is right in the centre of Cardiff and has previously hosted Rugby World Cups, International Football, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Speedway and Cricket. The area is the spiritual home for Welsh rugby but does also host large concerts and these have included Madonna, R.E.M, Robby Williams to name but a few.


 
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