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Three Cliffs Bay has a spectacular shoreline of sand dunes, salt marsh and the signature three limestone cliffs. A particularly photogenic part of the Gower Coast Path and a great spot to stop for a picnic. Although this is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Gower, it does have strong tides and currents. […]Read More
Llangennith beach is situated on the western edge of the Gower Peninsula. This is another of our favourites for its peace and quiet. The walk to Burry Holms takes about 30 minutes but is well worth it to watch the oyster catchers and cormorants. It is a dog friendly and family friendly beach and is […]Read More
Where to start! Rhossili has been voted Wales Best Beach 2017 and one of the UK’s top 10 beaches for 5 years running in the Tripadvisor Travellers choice awards. It was the first beach to be awarded Britain’s Best Beach for two years running. The Times nominated Rhossili as the ‘UK’s no.1 dog-friendly beach’ and […]Read More
Port Eynon is a safe, sandy,award winning beach and is one of the most popular beaches on the Gower. There is always some beach even at high tide. It is easily accessible with the car park approximately 100m from the beach, public and accessible toilets and a beach shower nearby. The bay and village is […]Read More
There is plenty of sand, sea and space here for everyone, even on the hottest summer day. The car park is directly in front of the beach. The beach is popular with paddlers, bathers, walkers and people using speed boats and jet skis. The Oxwich bay Hotel stands at the western end of the beach […]Read More
This is our favourite beach on the Gower! Caswell Bay beach is a sought-after spot with surfers and families alike. The bay has fantastic views, accessible amenities, superb castle building sand, brilliant rock pools and is excellent for swimming. It is suitable for water sports. Caswell Bay holds both a Blue Flag and Seaside award […]Read More