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Try the new Legends Cycle Route in Wales

Four day trip covers 190km and takes in the best of South West Wales

We’ve just been sent details about a new four-day cycling route in Wales.

Called the ‘Legends Cycle Route’, it has been designed to take in some of the Wales’ most legendary sights over 190km and through four counties – namely Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, Swansea Bay and Pembrokeshire.

The route starts from the Afan Forest Park and heads West finishing in the town of Fishguard. Best of all it mainly follows National Cycle Network paths and all levels of ability can complete it.

Legends Cycle Route

The guide for the route can be downloaded from here and shows sight-seeing highlights as well as suggestions on the best pubs and cafes to visit along the way.

Legends Cycle RouteThe official PR says: “Soak up the fascinating history of mining in the South Wales Miners’ Museum in Neath Port Talbot, marvel at Kidwelly Castle in Carmarthenshire, one of the most intact castles in South Wales, learn about the celebrated Welsh poet Dylan Thomas at the Exhibition in his birthplace of Swansea Bay, or even dare to visit Annwn – the entrance to the Celtic Underworld in Pembrokeshire.”

For those wanting to try the entire Legends Cycle Route here is an example of a 4 night short break from £339 per person. This includes 1 night in Swansea Bay staying at the Morgans Hotel, a historic grade II listed building, 1 night in Carmarthenshire staying at the Cilwen Country House Bed & Breakfast, 1 night in Neath Port Talbot staying in the award winning Afan Lodge in the heart of Afan Forest Park and 1 night in Pembrokeshire staying in the country house of Cefn y Dre.

www.southwest.wales/legends/cycling/

About the author

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after meeting so many like-minded people who love all kinds of adventure activities. He started out as pilot in the RAF, has worked as a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as an editor and journalist for motorcycling, aviation and adventure magazines.

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