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If you want green-saturated vistas, wild beach walks and to stuff yourself silly, the Gower is your place. With its moors and vast swathes of smooth sand, this Welsh peninsula is as unspoilt now as it was in 1956, when it became the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Slow the pace down – walk, eat, repeat – and discover why this dramatic, windswept corner of the country inspired poet Dylan Thomas’s early work.
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