You're simply spoilt for choice whilst camping at Parc-le-Breos - not only can you do activities on-site, but you can also get out and about in the surrounding area.

On The Gower

Walkers and ramblers are spoilt for choice. Within easy walking distance of the campsite are miles of coastal paths, beaches and large areas of common land inhabited by wild ponies.

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The sea, beaches and cliffs offer many good programme activities such as canoeing, sailing, fishing and leisure trips, swimming, rock hopping and climbing. Boats may be launched at many of the local beaches such as Oxwich Bay (6kms) and most beaches provide safe bathing with a lifeguard in attendance.

The immediate surroundings are ideal for wide games, backwoods cooking, survival activities and bivouac building. Working with wood, clay and much more is available at the Heritage Centre. Parc-le-Breos Pony Trekking Centre is within walking distance of the site.

Swansea City & The Mumbles

  • Ten pin bowling; - Mega bowl, Pare Tawe Complex, Swansea        Tel:-01792 467364
  • Cinema's; - Vue Town Centre and Odeon Parc Tawe Complex, Swansea
  • La Charrette - The smallest cinema in Wales @ The Gower Heritage Centre, Parkmill
  • Plantasia botanical gardens including Butterfly & Reptile House, Parc Tawe Complex, Swansea
  • the LC2 (Leisure Centre), Swansea City centre, refurbished and reopened in 2008;
  • Wales National Pool, west Swansea opposite Singleton Hospital
  • Various Community pools/activity centres;
  • Swansea Marina;
  • Swansea Museum, the oldest Museum in Wales (free entry);
  • the National Museum (maritime & industrial) (free entry);
  • The Mumbles & its life boat station and visits to the Mumbles Pier and Lighthouse (beware of tide times).
  • Off The Gower (too many to list all)

    All of the following attractions are generally no more than an hour's drive away from the site.

    Further afield

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    The following can generally be reached within an hour and a half's drive from the site.

    • The Brecon Beacons for walking and canoeing (form M or W may be needed) plus a host of other things;
    • Oakwood theme park, Narberth (Carmarthenshire) home of 'Megaphobia' often ranked in the top 10 wooden roller coasters in the world.