All Places in Swansea Bay and The Gower
- Caswell Bay Beach is a gently sloping and sandy beach, located on the south Gower Coast, west of Langland Bay and Mumbles Head. The sandy beach is between two limestone cliffs headlands and is ideal for families with large beach area and rock pools. Good surfing and ideal for beginners. Facilities include a promenade with several seaside shops, parking and lifeguards in summer months.
- Mewslade Bay is an excellent unspoilt beach. There is no beach at high tide but low tide it is possible to walk around to Fall Bay. The short walk to the beach from Rhossili, leads through a wooded valley which is owned by the National Trust, although the path is not suitable for pushchairs and can get muddy in places during the Winter. The bay is popular with surfers.
- Swansea Castle is a ruined 13th century castle situated in central Swansea in South Wales. An ancient monument now surrounded by modern buildings and roads, it may be hard to picture how the castle originally looked. This was first a motte and bailey settlement from the early 12th century that was added to over the following century. The tower from the castle that still remains today was probably built in the late 13th century. Visitors can view the exterior of the castle only.
- Worm’s Head and Visitor Centre, Rhossili, Gower. Situated on the tip of the Gower peninsula and next to the popular Rhossili beach with breathtaking clifftop walks and views of Worms Head. NT shop and Visitor Centre set amongst spectacular countryside and beaches.