Three Cliffs Bay beach offers a wilder experience. Picture a spectacular shoreline of sand dunes, salt marsh and of course, the signature three limestone cliffs. A particularly photogenic part of the Gower Coast Path and a great spot to stop for a picnic.
Accessible via car and public transport (SA3 2HB).
The distance between car park and beach may include difficult or rough terrain. The beach can also be accessed via a long walk through Pennard Pill, with parking near Gower Heritage Centre.
Car Park: Approximately 400m away at Three Cliffs Holiday Park, alternative parking near Gower Heritage Centre.
Toilets: Yes, nearby courtesy of Three Cliffs Holiday Park.
Refreshments: Not on the beach, but at nearby Parkmill or Pennard, depending on where you’ve walked from.
Public transport: Yes, some distance away (approx. 400m). The distance between stop and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.
Dogs: Allowed on beach all year.
Wheelchair access: No.
Lifeguards: Between May and September.
This is one of our most beautiful beaches, but nature can be wild too – watch out for strong tides and currents at all times. Because of this, we advise against swimming or participating in watersports at Three Cliffs Bay.
Watch the RNLI safety video on Three Cliffs Bay.