South Wales marks the transition between the Cotswold Severn tradition of Neolithic monuments to dolmens - striking stone structures emerging from the Welsh soil. The spectacular Gower coast is home to well documented sites such as Parc le Breos Cym and smaller treats hidden in the Penmaen Sands. South Wales is home to the oldest known burial in the United Kingdom - the Red Lady of Paviland, magnificent Iron Age hillforts and later Roman forts constructed as they struggled to tame the Welsh.  Moving westwards and into Pembrokeshire, we have the famous Pentre Ifan, the inspiration for our logo, and the Preseli Hills, source of the bluestones at Stonehenge.  


The exploration possibilities of this region are limitless.

"Tell me and I will forget, teach me and I might remember, involve me and I will learn."

Benjamin Franklyn

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