The first thing we discovered was the full extent of something called The Millenium Coastal path. We'd touched on it before but had no idea that it was about 5 miles long and runs from Llanelli to Bury Port. A few photos I took of it: (as always, click on pics for much bigger view)
These two joined together (righthand of first to lefthand of second) give you a good idea of the outlook from the path.
Six swans a-flying, if your eyesight's good enough to see them, and, it being a wild blustery day, a fabulous sky.
Looking back towards the town.
On our first trip we saw signs to a bird reserve but didn't realise it was a Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve. How thick can you be! This visit we realised and went to have a look.
The outlook from the viewing tower, taken through glass so not that great, but the view was stunning.
Beautiful artwork on the walls of the WWT visitor's centre.
The Gower peninsula is right there by Llanelli - Swansea to be precise, but Llanelli is a close neighbour. We took a trip around there on another day, not our first visit, I didn't take many photos but here are a few:
This is Port Eynon Bay, a really rather stunning spot.
St. Cattwgs, the little church in the village of Port Eynon. I liked the statue of the lifeboat man outside.
The view from another part of The Gower across Oxwich Bay.
As always I planned to post just a few photos and ended up posting a lot. I never can choose between one or another and end up going mad. Never mind, South Wales is such a beautiful region, it's well worth the effort.