Broughton Bay beach
Broughton Bay beach sits at the north west of the Gower Peninsula. It's one of the more remote retreats.
Pobbles Bay beach
Pobbles Bay beach is a popular bay cornered by cliffs - take a walk to the top and soak up the seaside sights (great for adventurers!).
Tor Bay beach
Sheltered and sandy, Tor Bay beach is accessed via a coastal clifftop path. Great for viewfinders, explore the headland of Great Tor.
Llangennith beach is situated on the western edge of the Gower Peninsula. Dog-friendly, family-friendly and great for watersports.
Oxwich Bay beach
Oxwich Bay is a large sandy stretch with lots on offer - sea, surf, dunes, salt marsh, shops - and it's easy to get to.
Clyne Farm Centre
Fun for all ages and abilities! Overlooking the wide sweep of Swansea Bay, Clyne Farm Centre offers outdoor activities & self-catering cottages.
Adjacent to Oxwich Bay, Crawley beach is small, sandy and secluded. Access is via Crawley woods or the Penmaen footpath.
Pwll Du Bay beach
Pretty and pebbly, Pwll Du Bay beach sits at the bottom of a valley. It's one for the more adventurous, as access is limited to 3 footpaths.
National Trust Rhosili
Perched high above the glorious Rhossili Bay, the National Trust car park and shop is a great place from which to explore the delights of the area.
Swansea Prom, with its range of attractions and spectacular 5 mile stretch of Swansea Bay, is a great destination for visitors.
Mewslade Bay beach
Mewslade Bay beach is a snug spot at the bottom of a small valley. Enjoy sloping sea cliffs, unspoilt scenery and breathtaking views.
Penllergare Valley Woods
A 'forgotten' Victorian paradise with lakes, waterfalls, terraces, panoramic views and exotic trees is being brought back to life by Penllergare Trust
Rhossili Bay beach
Rhossili Bay has 3 miles of gorgeous sand and coastline. Perfect for walkers, watersports and wonderful views!
Gower Kite Shop
The Gower Kite Shop (formally The Gower Kite Centre) opened in 2002. It Is based just outside Rhossili on the Gower Peninsula.
Aberdulais National Trust
Step back into the lives of Victorian men, women and children, who helped South Wales start an industrial revolution which shaped the world.