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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in West Glamorgan
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Information about West Glamorgan
Some information about West Glamorgan from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
The coastline of Glamorgan stretches for 88 miles
from Trowbridge in the east to the Gower in the west; taking in a three distinct districts of geographic characteristics. The coast at the Vale of Glamorgan is mainly rock bound, while from Porthcawl to Swansea Bay the seaboard houses sandy shores. The final area, the Gower coast, is made up of a rugged and serrated peninsula.
The Gower Peninsula is a peninsula on the south west coast of Wales, on the north side of the Bristol Channel in the southwest of the historic county of Glamorgan. Referred to colloquially as 'Gower', this was the first area in the United Kingdom to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. Gower was part of the ancient lordship of Gower, and today it is part of the City and County of Swansea.
The southern coast of the peninsula consists of a series of small, rocky or sandy bays like Langland and Three Cliffs, and a few larger beaches like Port Eynon, Rhossili and Oxwich Bay. On the north side of the peninsula there are fewer beaches, this section of the coast includes the famous cockle-beds of Penclawdd.
Credited to wikipedia
The Gower is home to some beautiful ,Campsites and Caravan Parks and has some wonderful walks along the Costal Paths and Woods.