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Spooks in the city. A spooky, spectacular day!
29 October

Port Eynon Bay is safe, sandy and award winning, with both a Blue Flag and a Seaside Award. It’s also suitable for watersports – swap sand for sea and give one a try.

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How to get there

Accessible via car and public transport (SA3 1NN).

The distance between car park and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.

Facilities

Car Park: Approximately 100m away from the beach, run by Swansea Council, details and charges.

Toilets: Accessible toilets and outside shower.

Refreshments: Several food establishments in the village, take a look at our places to eat pages.

Public transport: Yes, the distance between stop and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.

Dogs: Seasonal dog ban from 1st May – 30th September.

Wheelchair access: Yes. There is some seating close to this parking area and a boardwalk on to the beach (but with shifting sand, this can sometimes result in a ‘step down’ off the ramp on to the sand).

Lifeguards: Between May and September.

Port Eynon is a voluntary no smoking beach.

Stay safe!

Port Eynon is suitable for watersports. A lifeguard watches over during the summer months but beware of the rocky shore.

Dark skies at Port Eynon