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Seabreeze Guest House
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There is plenty to do and see in the location of Porthcawl, for example the town centre, harbour and promenade.The relatively flat promenade and coastal plain is ideal for cyclists and walkers alike.
Porthcawl provides excellent facilities all year round for tourists and locals. Nearby is Trecco Bay holiday park, home to Europe's largest caravan resort with a host of entertainment and attractions for everyone.
The sands reach up to a rocky shoreline then is enveloped by acres of common land where one can relax.
Rest Bay is popular with families, windsurfers and surfers and has been awarded the European Blue Flag plus a Tidy Britain Seaside Award in previous years. Rest Bay also offers ample car parking.
Coney Beach is wide and clean and is host to various entertainment including trampolining and donkey rides. Also found in the vicinity of Coney Beach is the Pleasure Park It has a variety of rides and amusements.
Also wiithin a short distance are numerous golf clubs.
During the summer pleasure steamers Waverley & Balmoral leave Porthcawl’s harbour for cruises along the Bristol Channel, and over to Lundy Island.
Take a sea-fishing trip or learn scuba diving with qualified instructors. Sign up for surf lessons with Porthcawl’s very own Surfing Academy. Visit the indoor skateboarding centre right on the harbour or try sand kiting with the largest kite centre in Britain.
Kenfig Nation Nature Reserve is one of the most impressive conservation sites in Wales and is found only a few minutes drive north of Porthcawl.
At Porthcawls wonderful pavilion they hold top name shows, music festivals, comedy evenings, musical theatre, children's shows, and of course - pantomime.
The pavilion is situated on the Esplanade and has spectacular views out onto the beach front.