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Rhossili Beach

This is a big sandy beach with wild coastal scenery, surf, and seals. It is one of the world’s “Top 10 Beaches”

Oxwich Bay

This is a family- and dog-friendly beach with a long stretch of sand and calm waters. It also has a nature reserve and a castle nearby.

Three Cliffs Bay

This is a stunning beach with a dramatic landscape of cliffs, sand dunes, and a river. It is a call to adventure for hikers and kayakers.


This is a beach with stellar sands, sensational surf, and village vibes. It is popular with surfers and campers.

Mewslade Bay and Fall Bay

These are two secluded beaches with paradise-like views and rocky coves. They are local secrets and require a walk to reach.

Port Eynon

This is a popular beach with a Blue Flag award and a range of facilities. It is safe, sandy and close to a mile long, backed by dunes and easily accessible.

Caswell Bay

This is a family-friendly beach with a Blue Flag award and easy access. It offers a wide expanse of sand and calm waters.

Langland Bay

This is a beach with a Blue Flag award and a picturesque setting. It is backed by cliffs and has a promenade with cafes and restaurants.

Blue Pool Bay

This is one of the Gower Peninsula’s prettiest bays and also one of the quietest. It can only be reached on foot from Broughton.

Broughton Bay

This is a beach located at the northwestern tip of the Gower Peninsula. It is backed by sand dunes and offers a wild feel.

Whiteford Sands

A two-mile expanse of beach located on the northern side of the Gower Peninsula.It is the most northerly beach on Gower and sits on the edge of the Loughor estuary

Whiteford Burrows

A dune and pine plantation and stretch of beach, owned by the National Trust and is classified as one of the many National Nature Reserves on the Gower Peninsula.