Coast to Castles Tour
The Coast to Castles tour takes place within the Vale of Glamorgan South Wales. We will travel along 14 miles of the 870 mile coastal path, the worlds longest continuous coastal path! Immerse ourselves into its natural beauty by visiting ancient burial chambers that date back 6000 years, that’s 1000 years older than Stonehenge! We will explore castle ruins and manor houses one of which overlooks the old medieval town of Cowbridge. Discover hidden beaches with beautiful golden sand and dramatic cliffs.
Tinkinswood Burial Chamber
Ogmore Castle Ruin
Dunraven bay and gardens
Monknash beach or Nashpoint lighthouse
St Quentins Castle or Old Bupree Castle
Snacks and soft drinks.
Entry into scheduled stops.
What to bring?
- Sturdy Walking shoes. sunscreen and hat(summer months), Swimming gear, Waterproof jacket(all year!), Extra warm clothing, Camera
Prices may change with optional activities purchased, 10% discount for groups sizes of 4 or more, please contact for group discount bookings!
The tours may vary on groups size/pace and weather.The Welsh weather can change quickly so please be prepared to get wet!(the rain makes this country lush and green).
Tours may be cancelled/ rescheduled in the off chance that the weather man suggests to stay indoors!
Minimum number for this tour to go ahead is 2 passengers.
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8:00am: Pick up Cardiff Museum
9:00am: Arrive at Tinkinswood Burial Chamber
10:15am: Explore Ogmore Castle Ruins
11:00am: Coffee break Ogmore Beach
11:45am: Dunraven bay, Heritage Coast viewing point
13:00pm: Lunch at the Plough and Harrow
14:00pm: Discover the hidden beach at Monknash/Nashpoint lighthouse
16:00pm: Head back inland to the impressive St Quentins Castle/Old Bupree Castle
17:00/17:30pm: Arrive at Cardiff Museum
*Tours may vary on groups pace and weather*
- Days: 1
- Nights: 0
- Starts: Cardiff museum 8:00am
- Finishes: Cardiff museum17:00/17:30pm
- Price: £50