Gower Beaches Surfing ,Swimming ,Fishing ,Rock Climbing & Rock Pooling

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The most westerly of the Gower beaches taking the full brunt of the Atlantic swells and providing one of the best surfing bays on the peninsula, and being renown for its miles of golden sands.

Famous for the stunning view from the village and the Helvetia shipwreck, Rhossili beach is consistently voted among the best in the world.   

• Short walk from the car park.

• Dogs allowed all year.

•Restaurants and Cafe nearby. 


A rocky cove (a pebble beach) has myriad’s of rock pools when the tide is out, accessed through the fields and hidden away in a secluded valley. Even in the peak of summer you can have the place to yourselves.

• Dogs allowed all year.

• Short walk from the site.

• No facilities. 



Accessible from the campsite via a footpath across the fields, a walk of about 35 minutes or so and well worth the effort a quiet undeveloped beach with lots of sand and rock pools when the tide is out and a real suntrap. Mewslade has a car parking area at nearby Pitton Farm some half mile from the beach, and like its neighbours Fall Bay and Ramsgrove are only accessible on foot.

• Dogs allowed all year.

• Dedicated car park, 10 min walk to beach.

• Great for surfing.

• Walk to Fall’s Bay Beach at low tide.

• No facilities. 


Together with adjoining Horton is one of Gower’s more popular beaches mainly due to easier access (about 10 minutes in the car or local bus service) the village being next to the beach with plenty of parking. Village amenities include, café’s a couple of chip shops (seasonal), take- aways, gift and souvenir shops, The Ship Inn and camping and caravan sites.

The beach is favoured by wind surfers and is home to a local boat club as well as being a popular bathing beach.

• Restaurant and Fish/Chip Shops nearby.

• No Dogs in summer.

• Great for watersports.

Three Cliffs Bay

Picturesque Three Cliffs Bay at the sea ward end of a wooded valley complete with castle, sand dunes and stepping stones over the stream is probably one of Gower’s best known and most photographed beaches. Popular with bathers, water sport enthusiasts and the rock climbers who cling precariously to the steep cliffs the over looking part of the bay.

• Dogs allowed all year.

• Parking at Parkmill.

• Great for climbing.

• Facilities nearby. 



Another easy access bay popular with boat owners, and with its sheltered position a haven for wind surfers, waters ski-ing sailing and snorkelling. 

• Dogs allowed (must be kept on lead within 500m of car park)

• Great for watersports

• Great for boating

Caswell and Langland Bays

Much closer to the City of Swansea are hugely popular and do get very busy in the summer mainly due to easy access and proximity to the centre of population.

• Cafe and toilets/fully disabled cahnging room nearby.

• No dogs 1st of May - 30th September

• No Smoking.