Cardiff To Gower
All tours can be booked for any day of the week by request. We schedule these day tours from Cardiff as follows: Monday - North of Cardiff, Tuesday - East of Cardiff, Wednesday - Tenby and Thursday - Gower. Contact us for any other day of the week and we'll scheduled you in.
'Last weekend, I had the opportunity to visit Mumbles, a charming coastal village located in Swansea, Wales. The village itself was bustling with activity, with locals and tourists alike enjoying the quaint shops, cafes, and restaurants. I couldn't resist indulging in some of 'Joe's Icecream'. The atmosphere was lively and friendly, with families enjoying picnics on the grassy areas and children playing on the sandy shores. I made my way to the iconic Mumbles Pier and from there watched the sky and ocean merge. It was truly a memorable experience that highlighted the beauty and charm of Mumbles.'
Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs Bay is a stunning coastal location situated in the Gower Peninsula, Wales. Known for its magnificent natural beauty, this bay offers breathtaking views of towering cliffs, golden sandy beaches, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. The bay gets its name from the three distinct limestone cliffs that dominate the landscape, creating a dramatic and picturesque setting. It is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, providing opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, and exploring the surrounding woodlands and caves. With its peaceful atmosphere and unspoiled surroundings, Three Cliffs Bay is an ideal spot for relaxation and tranquility.
Oxwich Bay is a stunning coastal area located on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. With its expansive sandy beach, clear turquoise waters, and picturesque surroundings, it is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike. The bay is surrounded by rolling hills and breathtaking cliffs, providing visitors with breathtaking views and a sense of tranquility. The beach offers a range of activities, including swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing. Nature enthusiasts will also appreciate the bay's diverse wildlife, which includes rare birds and marine creatures. Additionally, Oxwich Bay is home to the iconic Oxwich Castle, a historic landmark that adds to the area's charm and cultural significance.
Rhossili And Worms Head
Rhossili and Worm's Head are two iconic landmarks located on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. Rhossili Bay is a stunning three-mile stretch of sandy beach, known for its mesmerizing beauty and breathtaking views. The bay is backed by rolling green hills, creating a picturesque backdrop. At the far end of the bay lies Worm's Head, a small tidal island that can be reached on foot during low tide. It is named after its resemblance to a giant sea serpent, as seen from certain angles. The dramatic rock formations and rugged coastline make Rhossili and Worm's Head a popular destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can explore the coastal paths, go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax on the sandy shores, taking in the peaceful atmosphere.
Llanrhidian Common is a beautiful and serene nature reserve located in Gower, Wales. This expansive area is home to an abundance of diverse wildlife, including rare bird species and unique plant life. The common is a haven for nature enthusiasts and provides a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Llanrhidian Common offers visitors the opportunity We drive over the common on the way back to Cardiff and offer opportunities for photography along the way.
PLEASE NOTE: All tours are inclusive of admission to attractions, transport and a professional guide. Tours depart from Cardiff National Museum or your hotel by arrangement. Tours are 9am to 6pm. Where an attraction is closed an alternative will be included. These tours take place in all weathers and appropriate clothing ought to be worn. Food and drinks are not included. The ticket is non-refundable.