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Discover what living in one of our new homes in South West Wales is like. Use our guide to the key cities, famous landmarks, special landscapes and things to do as your starting point.
There’s city life, countryside and coastline in South West Wales, and our new homes are spread across the area, so you’ll be able to find the one that’s going to mean home for you.
This is a region of opposites. It includes Wales’s second-largest city, Swansea, and the UK’s smallest city, St David’s. It embraces the hardworking heritage of the World’s largest steelworks at Port Talbot, and the natural beauty of the UK’s one and only coastal National Park, the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline.
A quick click in the search box and you’ll find our new homes sorted for you by distance from the town you have selected.
South West Wales’s counties
Carmarthenshire reaches into the Brecon Beacons National Park and Pembrokeshire’s coast is a National Park too. The city and county area of Swansea includes the beautiful Gower Peninsular, and Neath Port Talbot is a focal point for industry.
Cities in South West Wales
The region’s two cities couldn’t be more different, Swansea and St Davids each have city status. The main towns are a real mixture too. From the freight and ferry town of Milford Haven to the industrial town of Port Talbot, from the historic town of Pembroke – complete with castle – to the seaside town of Tenby. Carmarthen, Fishguard, Haverfordwest and Llanelli are important centres too.
Landmarks in South West Wales
Pembroke Castle, St David’s cathedral.
Landscapes in South West Wales
This stunning region includes 180 miles of coastal National Park and the Gower Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Inland, you can see the sea from the Preseli Hills.
Things to do in South West Wales
Visit Dylan Thomas’ boathouse at Laugharne for inspiration. Walk along Pendine Sands – seven miles of sand made famous by Malcolm Campbell’s historic land speed record. Soak up the seaside atmosphere in Tenby and Saundersfoot, in this ever-popular holiday region and take in the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.