Gower given rave review by The Herald
Pobbles and Three Cliffs Bays
The Herald recently reviewed the Gower Peninsula as a destination for camping and family holidays:
"In its entirety, the Gower Peninsula extends 12 miles westwards from
. It forms an attractive, undulating landscape of villages, pretty farmland and historic sites, bound by 25 miles of awesome coastline and
At the western edge of the peninsula is Rhossili Bay, which sweeps the coast from Worm's Head in the south to the tidal islet of Burry Holme in the north. We are camping at the foot of Rhossili Down, just 200 metres from the beach and a fabulous collar of steep dunes...
...The beach offers days and days of playtime fun for everyone in the family. Not only is there plenty of scope for such traditional activities as sandcastle-building, rounders and sunbathing; the shallow, gently breaking waves make an ideal spot for novice
surfers and bodyboarders
...The possibilities for family days out on the Gower also seem limitless. The area is a popular tourist destination but the
rarely feel busy ... The villages around Rhossili boast numerous quaint Welsh pubs. Most of these welcome children, so we spend leisurely hours in the gardens drinking local beers."
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