Caswell Bay beach

Caswell Bay beach is a sought-after spot with surfers and families alike.
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Facilities

Wheelchair access Showers Totally non-smoking Lifeguard (May- Sept) Nearest car park approx. 100m Public transport approx. 100m Refreshments approx. 100m Toilets in car park / nearby Accessible toilet Suitable for watersports Dogs not allowed 1 May - 30 Sept BBQ Bin


Caswell Bay beach is a sought-after spot with surfers and families alike. The bay has fantastic views and accessible amenities.

Caswell Bay holds both a Blue Flag and Seaside award and is accessible by wheelchair.

A car park is approximately 100m from the beach and there are toilets, external showers and refreshments nearby. Forgot your bucket and spade? No problem, you can buy a spare on the way to the beach!

There is a lifeguard on the beach between May and September and public transport is available at Caswell Bay, although is is some distance away (approx. 400m). The distance between stop and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.

Caswell Bay is suitable for watersports and there is a seasonal dog ban (1st May - 30th September).

From 27th April 2016, Caswell Bay will be a voluntary no smoking beach (pilot scheme).

Postal address:
Gower
SA3 3BS

Email address:
@ tourism@swansea.gov.uk

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Awards

Blue Flag Award

Blue Flag Award

Seaside Award

Seaside Award

Accessibility

Cuisines

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