Business Listings - Glamorgan
Southeast Glamorgan is mainly gently undulating plateau while the north is mountainous. Further west comprises of the Gower Peninsula and Swansea Bay, a combination of areas displaying outstanding natural beauty.
While staying in Glamorgan, there is a lot to see and interesting cultures to sample. Moreover, the region is a wonderful place dotted with vast country parks, magnificent castles and ancient potteries. Some of the key attractions that you have to visit while here include Kenfig Nature Reserve, Bryngarw Country Park, rivers and sand dunes of Merthyr Mawr, Coity and Newcastle castles, the Nash Point Lighthouse and laidback country lifestyle in ancient villages such as Llantwit Major.
The region has a coastline that stretches some 88 miles from Gower just west of Swansea, to Trowbridge in the east. This coastline consists of various geographical features, all of which are outstanding including majestic beaches.
Vale of Glamorgan coastline has a good proportion of cliffs while Gower is a serrated and rugged peninsula. Swansea Bay to Porthcawl has majority of the regions sandy beaches. Some of the notable beaches are East Beach, a large sandy spread on the delta of River Neath and Oxwich Bay, which is a long sandy beach favored for water sports.
Glamorgan has a good number of the UK’s leading brands as well as regional names and even flea markets. Some of the best shopping experiences here include King Square next to the post office in Barry, Shua Charity Shop as well as Butterflies and Wilkinson located in Barry as well. Other outlets are the Vintage Country Market in Pontyclun, Maple in Porthcawl, Happy Days Vintage Homestore in Cowbridge and McArthurGlen Designer Outlet in Bridgend.
You will find plenty to do when staying at any of these campsites!