Gower Coast Adventures
Speedboat trips from the Mumbles to Three Cliffs Bay and Oxwich (adult/child £34/20, 1½ hours return), or to Worms Head (adult/child...
Spanning 20 hectares, these magnificent gardens are particularly impressive in spring when the azaleas and rhododendrons are at their...
It wouldn't be Wales without a castle, hence the trendy shops and bars of Newton Rd are guarded by a majestic ruin. Once the stronghold...
Stained glass, polished wood and a roaring fire set an immediately comforting tone, but it's the beer that the grizzled bunch of blokes...
White walls offset with Alice in Wonderland stencils provide an elegant backdrop to an affable eatery, which transitions seamlessly...
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Mumbles Pier information
The Mumble's mile-long strip of pastel-painted houses, pubs and restaurants comes to a picturesque denouement with a rocky headland, a pretty sandy beach and two tiny islands, the furthermost one topped with a lighthouse. Built in 1898, Mumbles Pier juts out jauntily from the headland, housing the usual amusement arcade and a once-grand cafe festooned with chandeliers.