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Holidays in Wales

Holidays in Wales

Walking & Cycling in Wales

Walking the Gower Peninsula

Rhossili Bay
6 Days from USD 1,679
USD 1,549

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience the beautiful views of the Gower Peninsula of Wales

Walking & Trekking

Highlights of the Pembrokeshire Coast

7 Days from USD 1,799

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Walk the best sections of the northern and southern Pembrokeshire Coast Trail

Walking & Trekking

Walk the Welsh Highland Railway

7 Days from USD 2,049

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy the scenery of the Snowdonia National Park

Walking & Trekking

Highlights of the Gower Peninsula Walk

6 Days from USD 1,879

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Walk through the Gower Peninsula, the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Walking & Trekking

Walking Offa's Dyke Path (North to South)

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct Scotland
18 Days from USD 4,379

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Walk the full length of Offa's Dyke path on the Welsh and English border

Walking & Trekking

Wonderful scenery in a quiet, unspoilt area of the UK. Great group of fellow walkers and a friendly and enthusiastic leader.

Clive Copeman Walking the Gower Peninsula

Great walking with a very knowledgeable leader Ceri
Hotel poor. Room was dusty with lots of cobwebs
Cables hanging with no appliances!
Heated Towel rail not working and I felt that plumbing and electrical needed attention
Breakfast was very poor, cheap bread and random consistency
Two dinners included but the same menu
I would not recommend hotel

Elizabeth Sharman Walking the Gower Peninsula

Really enjoyable short break walking the Gower Coastal path. The scenery is surprisingly varied – from salt marsh to rugged cliffs and vast sandy beaches. The walking is mainly on well defined paths with a few rocky sections. There are some steep ascents (rewarded by amazing views) and descents but they are relatively short. The Gower Hotel is a great base for the trip. The staff are really friendly and there is a nice bar and restaurant. We had an excellent local guide (Cari) who passed on lots of interesting info during the walks. She was also really helpful in arranging lunches and dinners for the nights we didn’t eat at the hotel. The visit to the Gower Gin distillery (which included a very generous gin tasting !) was an enjoyable addition to the itinerary.

Vicki Barwick Walking the Gower Peninsula