Whiteford Sands beach is a large sandy beach backed by dunes. Behind the dunes you have Whiteford Burrows that is an important feeding ground for wading birds and wildfowl. Currents can Read more [...]
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Llangennith beach is a sandy beach backed by dunes at the western end of the Gower peninsula. The beaches western aspect makes it a good surf spot picking up some Read more [...]
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 Read more [...]
Broughton Bay beach is a big sandy beach backed by large sand dunes on the Gower peninsula. There is also a small cove at the southe end of the bay. Read more [...]
Brandy Cove beach is within a secluded bay only reached by walking, either along the beach at low tide from Caswell beach or along the coast paths. The cove is Read more [...]
Bracelet Bay is a small cove next to the lighthouse, west of Mumbles village. The beach is gently sloping and has lots of rock pools to explore and the sand Read more [...]
Rhossili Bay beach is situated on the western tip of the Gower Peninsula with views across the Bristol Channel and towards Pembrokeshire. Rhossili has spectacular cliffs, burial cairns and mysterious Read more [...]
Three Cliffs Bay is a large sandy beach, no surprise in that it takes it’s name from the three cliffs that jut out into the sea. The bay is split Read more [...]
The four miles of Swansea Bay stretches from Swansea Marina at the mouth of the River Tawe to Mumbles Head in the west. The beach faces south east towards the Read more [...]
Pwlldu Bay beach is National Trust owned. Used to be a site for limestone mining. This lovely cove is backed by extensive woodland, and is stunning. Pwll Du Bay was Read more [...]
Port Eynon beach is a mile long sand and pebble beach backed by sand dunes on the south-west corner of the Gower peninsula. The sand dunes have boardwalks to help Read more [...]
Oxwich Bay beach is one of the Gower’s most popular beaches, with good access and two and half miles of sand backed by sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland. Popular Read more [...]