Swansea City sits at the mouth of the Gower Peninsula and was the first region in the United Kingdom to be named an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Why not hire a coach or mini bus to visit the great attractions that can be found in and around Swansea.
Coach Hire & Minibus Hire Swansea
If you are looking for coach hire and minibus hire in Swansea or surrounding areas, you've come to the right place.
Why Cavendish Coaches?
* At Cavendish Coaches, we have been providing group transport services since 1997 and pride ourselves on providing customers with a first-class service from start to finish, each and every time.
* We're based locally to Swansea and you are welcome to come and view our available coaches and minibuses for hire.
* All our vehicles are inspected regularly and undergo standard inspection before every journey.
Things to See and Do in Swansea, South Wales
Swansea City sits at the mouth of the Gower Peninsula and was the first place in the United Kingdom to be named an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Swansea is also celebrated as being the home of poet Dylan Thomas and actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. As a coasta town and Wales' second-largest city, Swansea has a rich sea-faring history that's preserved today in the charming Old Maritime Quarter. Holiday makers first discovered the region around 300 years ago and have been coming back ever since; the economy is still driven by tourism.
Popular destinations in Swnsea are the ruins of Swansea Castle, the Swansea Maritime Museum, and Mumbles, a former fishing village turned resort. The spectacular Gower terrain also attracts legions of nature enthusiasts and photographers.
Swansea's magnificent bayside Maritime Quarter has been celebrated by international awards, cited as one of the 'top three waterfront developments in Europe'. Yachting marinas, museums, a theatre, Wales' National Literature Centre, an interstellar observatory, bronze statues and art galleries straddle the spellbinding Swansea foreshore, the boats enter via the U.K.'s first river barrage; the restaurants patronised by Swansea's own Catherine Zeta Jones.
Cycle the five-mile perimeter of the bay from the Maritime Quarter to Swansea's Victorian seaside resort of Mumbles and you will retrace the route of the world's first railway service. On March 21 1807 the first timetabled horse-drawn passenger train commenced, destined for Mumbles from the Dunnes, near present day Swansea Museum. This railway service left for Mumbles pier for a further 153 years, and was advanced with many forms of traction: horse, sail, coke-fired, steam, battery accumulator, and settled in 1929 for a fleet of Britain's largest electric trams.
The city & county of Swansea has no fewer than 54 public parks, the largest of which roll down to the shores of Swansea Bay. The most celebrated, Clyne Gardens & Country Park, is 1600 acres worth of pure romance - enjoying panoramic bayside views, bluebell woodlands, architectural follies, a castle, bubbling streams and ornate bridges from Italianesque to Japanese. Its collection of large leaf rhododendrons, azaleas and elephant rhubarb are of international significance. Singleton Park, also nestling up to Swansea Bay, includes the city's botanical collection, a historic herb garden, boating lake, picturesque Swiss cottage and plays host to Swansea's largest outdoor festivals, galas and music concerts.
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