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Welcome to southwalesproperty.com. South Wales has a lot to offer including spectacular scenery, good pubs and restaurants, and some very good hotels as well as many visitor attractions.

Close to the border of England and only a few miles from the capital of Wales, Cardiff, the city of Newport has under gone a vigorous regeneration program in recent years and has transformed into a modern day city. Newport now offers its residents an excellent choice of transport links to the rest of South Wales, as well as a number of direct train links to London Paddington, making a South Wales property an ideal choice for London commuters.

Just twelve miles west of Newport, you will discover the capital, Cardiff. Considered to be the home of the some of the best South Wales Property, Cardiff is a subtle mix of new and old, yet still retains its original heritage. Cardiff is surrounded by a whole host of services and amenities, as well as a shopaholic's paradise in the form of St. David's and St. David's Two, shopping centres you would only expect to find in a twenty first century capital city. Cardiff is also the location of the Welsh National Assembly and is also home to a number of top businesses and some of the educational facilities in the Country.

Further along the coast, you will discover another popular area for South Wales property, Bridgend. Situated within the county borough of Bridgend, the town of Bridgend is a haven for South Wales property and offers its residents a wide choice of family homes, apartments and terrace housing. Not only is Bridgend a popular choice with commuters, it's a popular choice with families, as Bridgend has a number of excellent educational facilities, services and amenities suitable for all the family. Just 22 miles from the capital, Bridgend is an ideal commuter town considering its close proximity to the M4 Corridor and offers a good selection of retail facilities.

On the edge of the South Wales region, you will not only find United Kingdom's first ever national park, the Gower Peninsula, but you will also discover the seaside city of Swansea. Swansea offers a modern blend of seaside living with the facilities and services typical of a twenty first century city. The second largest city in Wales, Swansea is surrounded by three miles of golden coastline, which leads to the famous tourist destination, Mumbles. The headquarters for a number of leading companies, Swansea offers its residents a range of lifestyles from detached family homes, to retirement homes looking out to the sea, to professional apartments on the marina.

If you are looking to get away from it all, then head towards the Brecon Beacons. There are a number of properties to be discovered hidden within the valleys of the Welsh mountains, which cover approximately two thirds of the South Wales Region.

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