Wales outshines Greece and Sardinia for beaches as Swansea"s Rhossili Bay rated third best in Europe

Wales outshines Greece and Sardinia for beaches as Swansea's Rhossili Bay rated third best in EuropeThe three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destinationBritish resorts on TripAdvisor survey were Woolacombe Beach in Devon, and Cornwall’s Porthminster Beach at St Ives in ninth place By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:04 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:14 GMT, 21 February 2013 Forget the sun-kissed sands of Sardinia, Majorca or Greece – for the best beach experience, you’re better off travelling to Wales. That’s according to a poll of tourists which placed Swansea’s Rhossili Bay at number three on a list of Europe best beaches. The three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destination

Al-Qaeda offers $160K bounty for assassination of US Ambassador to Yemen and $23K for killing American soldiers

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Debris from Japan"s tsunami last year washes up on the coast of Washington state

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