Gower Coast & Rhossili Beach

 Celebrating Wales’ outstanding coastline.
The 870-mile Wales Coast Path runs the whole length of our coastline: the first continuous coastal path of any country in the world. It passes through seascapes of breath-taking variety, from flat wetlands to towering cliffs,
Featuring hundreds of harbours, coves, inlets and islands – and around 230 beaches.
We’ve got more Blue Flag beaches – the international standard of excellence – per mile than anywhere in Britain.
Every cove and clifftop comes with legends of pirates and smugglers, wreckers and saints. There are classic harbour towns, modern marinas, ancient castles and elegant Victorian and Edwardian resorts with promenades and piers.
It’s stunningly beautiful, of course.  while the Gower Peninsula was Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 
Activities to try: sailing, scuba diving, kayaking, kitesurfing, stand-up paddleboarding, rib-rides and surfing

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 - Pub and Cafe nearby. 


  • Open all year
    Open All Year
  • Worms head
    Walking Gower
  • Great Surfing Gower
    Surfer Friendly
  • Cycling Gower
    Cycling Gower