Llangennith beach is situated on the western edge of the Gower Peninsula, it is a favourite with surfers.
Where’s your Happy Place? Listen to James’ story of why Llangennith, Gower is his ‘Happy Place!’ We guarantee you’ll see great views of Rhossili and Worm’s Head, the best waves and a father and son sharing their love of surfing!
Accessible via car and public transport to Llangennith village approx 1/2 mile from the beach (SA3 1JD).
The distance between car park and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.
Car Park: There is a moderate amount of walking required from the private car park at Hillend Campsite (approx. 200m). There is also parking at Broughton Caravan Park. Charges apply at both.
Toilets: At the nearby campsites.
Refreshments: Refreshments are available, but a moderate amount of walking is required (approx. 200m). The distance between refreshments and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.
Public transport: Yes to Llangennith village. The distance between stop and beach is some distance and may include difficult or rough terrain.
Dogs: Allowed all year.
Wheelchair access: No.
The beaches are partly privately owned and partly National Trust owned.
If surfing at Llangennith, watch out for shipwrecks below the waterline.