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Workshop information and Itineraries

Here you will find all the information and costs of these exciting and personally rewarding tours

See also our exciting journeys of discovery in archaeology

Information leaflet with booking forms in word doc.

The next available dates are:

August 22nd - 24th  Art workshop extension additional option the following 2 days - additional 230.00 including accommodation. For those taking both workshops 30.00 discount

September 6th - 8th  Art workshop extension additional option the following 2 days - additional 230.00 including accommodation. For those taking both workshops 30.00 discount

Contact us for further options and dates

We base our workshops from the Seren retreat where excellent accommodation is available in idyllic surroundings - link here for more information

How much will it cost me and what is included?


The evening introduction and two full day workshop costs 230 per person based on two sharing a room. This will include accommodation at the Seren retreat (bed and breakfast) and packed lunch if required, all transport from the centre to all sites, instruction, guiding and entry fees where applicable.


For those participating in the above workshop and the art workshop 2 day extension the total cost is 430.00 including accommodation


Evening meals may be arranged as an optional extra if required


Cost for those not requiring accommodation - 160 or 290 including the 2 day art workshop extension


For those requiring transport from Swansea city, there will be a pick up service at 5pm from the Swansea city information centre. See map and link. 


Payment by cheque or paypal - see booking details

Getting here

Swansea City Information centre

There will be ample opportunity to drop in on some of the most intriguing public houses for coffee, pub lunches not included in the main cost. however, packed lunches are included if required


Does not include:


Personal and travel insurance, recommended.

Lunches on site

Personal expenses



What to bring


Gower is situated near the Gulf stream and as such we experience a mild climate throughout the year, while in September we often experience an Indian summer. However, due to the proximity of the sea on three sides and mountain ranges nearby Gower susceptible to changing weather conditions. Therefore, it would be wise to cater for diverse weather. It is often quite breezy on the coastal regions, such as cliffs and beaches


Suggested items


Comfortable walking shoes or sandals


Rain/windproof  jacket


Sunglasses sun can be quite bright, especially over the beaches and sea

Camera / video


Notebook pens and pencils etc






Seren Retreat

Due to tidal conditions, weather and available time the itinerary below may be altered to suit, however, all the main sites will be visited at some stage.

Evening introduction: 7pm 

Informal meet with introduction and video of Gower
Day 1
Breakfast at leisure
9 am meet at centre for transport to sites
Giants grave megalithic burial site Parkmill


King Arthurs stone megalithic site Cefn Bryn (620 feet above sea level)



Lunchtime - King Arthur Public house pit stop. Afternoon - The Bulwark Celtic Iron Age Fort - Llanmadoc hill.

Bulwark Iron age hill fort

Day 2
9am meet for transport Oxwich Church - site of original Celtic cell


Oxwich castle
Llangennith church Priory

LLANGENNITH CHURCH - St Cenydd's Patron saint of Gower

Lunchtime - The Kings Head Llangennith pit stop.
pm. Weather and tidal conditions permitting, Visit the tidal island of Burry Holmes site of Bronze age, Celtic Iron age fort and remains of ancient chapel. A highly sacred site


Depending on weather conditions, time and tidal movements, a visit to the world famous Worms Head tidal island may also be included


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