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T6 – Swansea  via  Neath & Ystradgynlais to Brecon

Swansea

https://www.visitswanseabay.com

Wales’s waterfront city is close to Blue Flag beaches, rural wilderness, cosmopolitan culture and designated beauty spots. 

You can also enjoy:

  • LC2, Swansea’s own indoor waterpark with its own surfing pool http://www.thelcswansea.com/
  • Plantasia, a tropical paradise located right in the city centre, bursting with colourful plants and intriguing animals. It offers a series of workshops, bush tucker trails and events during the school holidays. Adult classes also available throughout the year.
  • National Waterfront Museum, an interactive re-telling of the human story of Welsh industry and innovation over the past 300 years .Various family-friendly events and workshops throughout the school holidays. https://museum.wales/swansea/
  • Swansea Market, the best place to pick up some local goodies for a tasty picnic.
  • Discover the miles of traffic-free routes around Swansea Bay and Neath Port Talbot. How about hiring a bike and spending an afternoon cycling the 5 mile promenade from the city to the Mumbles and back, enjoying an ice cream on the way? http://www.swansea.gov.uk/cycling

Ystradgynlais and Neath

http://www.visitnpt.co.uk/

Places to explore:

  • The National Showcaves Centre for Wales has several indoor and outdoor attractions included in one entry ticket.
  • Aberdulais Tinworks and Waterfall. Not suitable for toddlers. The waters of the River Dulais is used to make Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall self-sufficient in environmentally friendly energy. It has the largest electricity-generating waterwheel in Europe.
  • Neath Afan Gymnastic Centre, Neath
  • Afan Forest Park, for ages 4 years and above
  • South Wales Miners Museum, Neath

Brecon

http://www.breconbeacons.org/

Brecon is the main market town in the Brecon Beacons and has an array of interesting and unusual shops selling antiques, local arts and the finest Welsh food produce.  It’s a perfect base for either a low-key day out on the canal or an energetic adventure on the hills by bike, on foot or on horseback.

You can also enjoy:

  • Brecon Cathedral and Close , a haven of peace and quiet
  • Regimental Museum – history of the The Royal Welsh


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