Of course we cant' run our fantastic course without the help from a few people and businesses, they are mentioned here.
Discover Wales with ease on a sightseeing day tour with daily departures from Cardiff city centre.
Every SeeWales tour gives you a great Welsh day out - seeing Wales from country lanes, sandy beaches, green hilltops and castle ramparts.
Our tours are designed for all ages and abilities: we guide you and give you time to explore too.
To satisfy your adventurous side we can offer some of the best pony trekking in the country, Whether a beginner or an experienced rider, the thrill of mounting up and heading off onto Gower's glorious heritage coastline will stay with you forever.
Weymouth Skate park
BMX Skateboard Rollerblade
The Front Weymouth Sk8park is a not-for-profit community enterprise managed by the Weymouth Skatepark Association (registered charity no.1085208).
The Front first opened in July 2001, the result of a three-year campaign organised by local parents and young people. The group presented a 5,000+ signature petition to Weymouth & Portland Borough Council, asking for help to provide much-needed extreme sports facilities. The Council donated the disused filling station site on the seafront at Lodmoor, providing the group could raise the funds to develop it as a community skatepark.
Great places to stay on the Gower:
Hardingsdown Bunkhouse at Lower Hardingsdown Farm is a renovated stone barn situated on a working farm on the Gower Peninsula, approximately 15 miles from Swansea.
The bunkhouse is open 12 months of the year. It provides comfortable self catering accommodation for families or groups, sleeping up to 14 people on a weekend, midweek or weekly basis.
For more info please visit www.bunkhousegower.co.uk