The Gower coast is one of most spectacular locations to experience Horseback riding in wales. The 18 mile long peninsular is home to a spectacular variety of scenery, from the golden sands of the south Gower beaches to the moody marshes estuaries in the north.
To the South you can look down into the shelters cove of 3 Cliffs bay which at low tide as the water recedes past the headlands affords an unbroken sweep of glistening golden sand reaching all the way to Oxwich Bay in the distance, to the West you can trace the ridge of Cefn Bryn and Rhossili Downs beyond while to the North the view stretches as far as the Carmarthen vans and Brecon Beacons.
In a nut shell you won’t find a better place to come horseback riding in Wales, we have the luxury of great riding from the door step with little to no road work depending on the route ridden. But the thing that surprises people most is the shear variation of scenery in such a compact area.