Scourging the country for the most gorgeous coastal strips? You should head to the southern part of Wales.

Travel Tip: The Stunning Beaches at the Gower Peninsula

Gower Peninsula has proven its timeless natural beauty when it became the first ever place in Britain to have been honored by the UK government to be an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

 
This peninsula in Swansea has long been well-known for its absolutely dramatic coastal panorama, medieval castles and seemingly endless strips of fine-sanded beaches. 
 
Ben Taylor, a Daily Mail UK Travel writer, returns to Gower, where he has spent a considerable amount of his childhood life (“Welsh Winner: Rediscovering the Childhood Charms of the Glorious Gower Peninsula”). He describes the idyllic ocean to have “lapped the crescent of sand in an almost apologetic fashion, as if it was anxious not to disturb the peace. “
 
Here’s a quick excerpt from his interesting article:
 
You won't find ‘family friendly’ theme parks, burger bars or even many coffee shops on the Gower… But what you will discover is surfing, pony trekking, magnificent walking country, a gem of a pub in the Welcome to Town, hot tasty Welsh cakes from the griddle pan and miles of those truly remarkable beaches.
 
Discover the remainder of his recently published article, and you’ll be convinced as well with the unfading exquisiteness of the Gower Peninsula.
 
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