You couldn’t find a more stunning stretch of unspoilt, natural beauty than the Gower coast, Wales. As you enter Swansea, the Bay sweeps you along a beach upon beach journey.
Mumbles village is littered with fisherman’s cottages, local eateries and boutique shops and is followed by Mumbles point, the lighthouse and Mumbles Pier. Just around the corner you’ll find Bracelet Bay, Limeslade Bay, Langland Bay and Caswell Bay – all offering family amenities including beach front restaurants, promenade and coffee shops.
Gower Coast Wales
Moving through The Gower beyond Caswell are Pwlldu and Brandy Cove, beautifully secluded and hidden beach havens coveted by locals and loved by holidaymakers.
The Gower coastline continues west revealing breathtaking views of beaches such as Tor Bay, known as Great Tor by locals due to an immense rock face of limestone dividing it from the next beach of Three Cliffs. Continuing west you arrive at Horton and Port Eynon where you are located, and then Llangennith and Rhosilli. You will undoubtedly fall in love with these Welsh beaches in this designated ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’ area.
Gower Coast Adventures are frequently spotted along the beaches where their scenic boat trips take you along the South Gower Coast, Wales. Their boat trips are popular with locals and visitors, it is an exciting way to appreciate Gower’s spectacular coastline and its abundance of wildlife.