Anyone with even a passing knowledge of South Wales will be aware of one of the jewels in the coast's crown: Gower.
With a range of different habitats, it can be thought of as distilling all Wales into just a few square miles. From moorland and woodland to ancient dunes and sandy beaches, Gower has a lot to offer.
The National Trust will be hosting the second of nine guided Gower walks this Sunday (30 May), which will include Pennard Cliffs, Pwll Du Bay and Bishopston Valley on an 11km circular route.
The National Trust says that booking is essential as places are limited. The walk starts at 10am at the National Trust car park at Southgate.
To book, phone The National Trust on 01792 390636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.