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Swansea Shore Excursions: Attractions 15 - 20 minutes from Port

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Swansea Shore Excursions

Attractions 15 - 20 minutes from Port  

 
  • Egypt Centre

    (Visit time: 30 minutes)
    Home to the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in Wales. An interesting display of artefacts including weapons, jewellery, and coffins. Free entry.

    www.swan.ac.uk/egypt
  • Gower Heritage Centre

    (Visit Time: 1 hour minimum)
    Set in the heart of Gower, this rural life museum is based around a fully operational 12th Century water-mill. In addition, a working woollen mill, craft shop and tea rooms are also on site. Guided walking tours to nearby Three Cliffs Bay can be arranged.

    www.gowerheritagecentre.co.uk  
  • Medieval Castles and Ancient Sites
    Swansea and the Gower Peninsula is studded with ancient
    sites. The castles at Oystermouth andWeobley date back
    to the 13th Century and Oxwich Castle is a fortified Tudor
    Manor House. Arthur’s Stone on Gower also has links to
    the Arthurian Legend.

    www.visitswanseabay.com/history
 
 
  • Mumbles

    (Visit time; 1 hour to 1 day!)
    Mumbles is brimming with character – browse the boutiques and galleries on Newton Road or take a stroll along the promenade towards the Pier. Panoramic views of the Bay can be enjoyed from the medieval keep of Oystermouth Castle, which overlooks the village. Mumbles has an excellent reputation for fine dining and don’t forget to sample the famous ice cream!

    visitswanseabay.com/mumbles
  • Gower Peninsula

    (Visit time: 2 hours to 1 day)
    The Gower Peninsula never fails to deliver breath-taking views wherever and whenever you visit. It has received numerous awards for its cleanliness and beauty and was recently a finalist for ‘Britain’s Favourite View’ with Three Cliffs Bay. Gower frequently features in the ‘best beaches’ listings in the national press and in the top ten places to go walking (The Rambler’s Association). Another favourite is Rhossili – the most westerly point of the Peninsula, which comes to a dramatic end with Worm’s Head.

    visitswanseabay.com/gower
 

 

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