When: 8th -12th June 2020
Where: Oxwich Bay, Wales
Who: Gaynor Rees
What's included: Bed, breakfast, packed lunch and evening meal plus three and a half days guided walking
Just a short drive from Swansea, the Gower Peninsula has a rich and varied environment which is totally breathtaking. It was designated as the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty back in 1956, and I've been told it hasn't changed much since. Covering 188 sq km, it was awarded AONB status for it's classic coastline (much of which is Heritage Coast) and its outstanding natural environment (33% is National Nature Reserve or a Site of Special Scientific Interest).
And in response to the many requests from Wild Ramblers, we will be going there in 2020!
We are based in the fabulous Oxwich Bay Hotel, in a stunning location only a stone's throw from the beach. With a total of 42 rooms including hotel rooms, cottage rooms, static holiday homes and contemporary secret garden accommodation, the hotel provides the perfect base from which to explore this fabulous area.
Gaynor is a patient, thoughtful and experienced guide with a fabulous sense of humour and I know you will be very well looked after. She actually lives in the immediate vicinity and knows the area like the back of her hand so she's got some great walks planned for you! These are just some of the wonderful places you will visit on the holiday:
Oxwich Nature Reserve, Oxwich Bay, Nicholaston Woods, The Penrice Estate, Cefn Bryn, Rhossili Bay, Rhossili Down, Worm's Head and Three Cliffs Bay.