Retirement homes in South Wales

From the sweeping hills of the Brecon Beacons to the city-center bustle of Cardiff, South Wales is a top spot to start a new adventure with a high-quality retirement property.

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Discover an area of Wales that's packed with natural beauty

With around a third of the region covered by a National Park, it's no surprise that South Wales is such a popular retirement destination.

You'll find prehistoric remains and the island of Worm's Head next to three miles of sandy beaches at Rhossili Bay, part of the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty designated in the UK. You can wander through 130 acres of Capability Brown-landscaped gardens at Cardiff's Bute Park, or see more than 2,000 different plants at the botanical Clyne Gardens in Swansea.

At Brecon Beacons National Park, you'll find Sandstone Mountains, curious caves and towering waterfalls, as well as ponies and sheep that graze in the area. You can ride the Brecon Mountain Railway, or hike to the top of Pen y Fan, the highest peak in Britain south of Snowdonia, with views that reach as far as the Bristol Channel.

Retire to a region that's rich with history

From ruined abbeys to industrial canals, there are plenty of intriguing historical sights to see around South Wales.

You can visit the second-largest castle in Britain at the lakeside Caerphilly Castle, go 300 feet into an underground coal mine at the Big Pit in Blaenavon, or take a tour of the exuberant stately rooms at the 17th-century Tredegar House, near Newport.

You'll find more than 40 rebuilt buildings representing different parts of Wales at the open-air St. Fagans National History Museum, exhibits around innovation and industrial revolution at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea, and archaeology, botany and geology at the National Museum Cardiff.

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Retirement Living - The perfect blend for many buyers - your own apartment, maintenance taken care of and the chance to socialise.

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Retirement Living PLUS - All the benefits of Retirement Living plus support and on-site catering for those wanting a little more help.

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Lifestyle Living - This pioneering concept provides luxurious homes in stunning locations for active over-55s.

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Get involved in the culture and arts of South Wales

Whether you're looking for modern art or classic opera, you'll find a huge range of venues dotted around the area.

There's ballet, comedy and musicals at the 1,800-capacity Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay, pantomimes, touring drama and Russian ballet at the Grand Theatre in Swansea, or classical, jazz and world music at St. David's Hall.

Stay fit and active in an outdoor setting

There are more than 40 golf courses and more than 30 major parks dotted around the area, so there are plenty of opportunities to keep up an active retirement.

You can ride horses on the beach at Ogmore-by-Sea, kayak and canoe at the activity centre in Monmouth, or spend years exploring the countless miles of walking and cycling trails all over the expansive countryside.

If you like the sound of green valleys, busy cities and the fresh air of an unspoilt countryside, take a look at some of our latest retirement homes in South Wales.

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It’s just wonderful here and our social life has completely transformed since we moved in … McCarthy & Stone has made the whole journey easy and stress-free.