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Glamorgan Heritage Coastline

Bridgend, Wales
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In my opinion....cliffs as good as the White Cliffs of Dover.

A well worth visit especially on a clear day when you can get a great view right down the Bristol... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
Ross M
Bridgend, United Kingdom
A family connection

was privileged enough to be born near the coastline and spent many a fun time with my cousins in... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
Bridgend, United Kingdom
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Bridgend, Wales
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

A well worth visit especially on a clear day when you can get a great view right down the Bristol Channel....across the other side to the counties of Somerset and North Devon. Quiet secluded but rocky beaches....but good for the odd fossil or two. Stay...More

Thank Ross M
Reviewed 8 November 2017

was privileged enough to be born near the coastline and spent many a fun time with my cousins in the summer wondering the coastline playing games and having adventures. My father was from Wick part of the Mills family and my mother originally from London...More

Thank inigem
Reviewed 26 April 2017

looks a little secluded if you dont know where it is , but its a little gem of a place to go ,you can chill out or even walk up to the top of the cliff , but its a lovely day out if you...More

Thank whooper316
Reviewed 16 April 2017

The Heritage Coastline runs from Ogmore by Sea to Penarth, west of Cardiff. The coastal path along cliffs, dunes and beaches is awe inspiring. Places along the coast include St Donats Castle, once owned by Randolph Hearst, Nash Point Lighthouse, Llantwit Major with St Illtud's...More

1  Thank Malcolm72
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Im a photographer by trade and am always fascinated by my trips there, probably the most stunning seascapes in the Southern half of wales.

Thank AndrewRichards
Reviewed 24 October 2016

What ever the weather ..it's wonderful seeing the coast.. Plenty of areas to see southerndown a favourite round to Ogmore by sea . The sun setting fantastic and had some fabulous pictures. Stormy weather can be dramatic fab

Thank D E
Reviewed 19 October 2016

The coastline of South Wales is fantastic. There is no need to travel far to have amazing views to appreciate. I am privileged to live in such a fantastic area.

Thank Joanne J
Reviewed 24 September 2016

this is an amazing piece of coastline great to see so much to take in great photo oppertunities highly recomended

Thank EbbwValeTessie
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This attraction is well worth a visit. Some of the coves are steep in places and a litle dificult to get to so care should be taken. I feel that the car parking fees a little on the high side and a slight reduction could...More

Thank Rhondda_Lad
Reviewed 15 September 2016

We drove to Nash Point and parked on the cliff top. Parking is £2 which is very reasonable. There is a café there and toilets. We took deck chairs and a picnic. We sat and watched the birds and butterflies it was peaceful. A helicopter...More

Thank daismokey
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