Known as ‘Little England beyond Wales’, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park hosts some of the finest beaches and lovely rolling countryside imaginable.
Dragon Hotel, Swansea
This modern hotel is situated in the centre of Swansea, close to local amenities including the theatre, museums, marina and shops.
★★★★ (AA) • Bar, Lounge, Restaurant • En-suite Bedrooms • Free Wi-Fi • Indoor Swimming Pool, Sauna, Gym, Beauty Rooms • Lift • Buffet breakfast & three course evening dinner with tea or coffee
Full day: A long but rewarding day as we tour the dramatic coastlines and undulating scenery of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This morning we head to St David’s, the smallest ‘city’ in Britain, afforded the title by Queen Elizabeth because of the presence of the cathedral. We continue to Cardigan with it’s delightful Welsh character before returning via Cenarth, where the River Teifi thunders through a series of waterfalls.
Full day: Today we skirt Carmarthen Bay to the popular Welsh resort of Tenby with two beautiful beaches, separated by the harbour and Castle Hill, remnants of old town walls and archways, and a cosy town centre with narrow lanes and alleyways to explore.
Half day: An extended half day to explore the beautiful Gower Peninsula, stopping at the Mumbles, located on a five mile stretch of Swansea Bay and retaining its Victorian seaside charm with its piers and long promenade, before continuing around this rocky and secluded peninsula, a land of limestone cliffs, remote bays and miles of golden sands.
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- Free local joining points
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- All coach travel
- Reserved seats on tour coaches
- Tour Manager escorted
- Hotel accomodation and board as stated
- No single room supplement
- Excursions/itinerary as stated
- Admission fees and entertainment if stated
- Complete luggage handling
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