Gower Peninsula


The United Kingdom first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty


Redcliffe to Three Cliffs Bay is just over a 6 mile drive. A national Trust car park at Southgate and a wonderful coastal walk to the right takes you to breathtaking views across Three Cliffs bay and onward to Oxwich Bay. It is possible to scramble down the sand dunes to the beach below. Approaching Three cliffs from Pennard, again a 6 mile drive from Redcliffe, a privately owned car park here and a walk through woods takes you to the meandering stream which leads to the sea at Three Cliffs If you plan to walk along this coastal path - it's just wonderful! It is a three and a half mile walk, passing Brandy Cove and Pwll Du Bay on the way. It's a fair way but there's a wonderful cafe at the end of it!


Redcliffe to Oxwich Bay is a drive of 9 miles ( 26mins). When the tide is out you can walk the whole stretch of sands to Three cliff Bay. A walk of 1 hr and 20 mins. Edging up to the beach is Oxwich National Nature Reserve, Here you will find a mix of sand dunes,lakes,woodlans,cliffs and salt and freshwater marches - it's rare to have so many different habitats in such a relatively small area. Two restaurants here, one sitting on the beach, the other also with sea views.


Redcliffe to Worm's Head is a drive of 40 mins (15 and a half miles) A National Trust car park here situated opposite the Worm's Head hotel which has a wonderful seating area overlooking spectacular views over the bay. Walking to the left leads us to Worm's Head. It is possible to walk the length but care must be taken to allow sufficient time if you wish to walk the whole stretch of the head. A sign will be there alongside the coastguard's building letting you know whether you've left it too late!

Langland Bay

Much nearer home is Langland Bay an easy (apart from a bit of a gradient up on the first headland!) 40 minute walk from Redcliffe. Different from Caswell with a choice of cafes dotted around. Just a 5 minute car drive away.

Bishopston Woods

Start at Bishopston and follow the river along to Pwll Du Bay. Can be a little uneven underfoot but a delightful walk.

Pwll Du Bay

From Redcliffe, walk down onto the beach, the steps leading to the coastal path will be to the right hand side of the bay. Takes probably one hour passing Brandy cove on the way. The wild flowers on route are amazing!

The new development at Oyster Wharf

All these wonderful restaurants overlook the Swansea Bay. They include Prezzo, Pierre Bistrot and Croeso which has a roof terrace.


Views from this restaurant don't get any better. There in front of you. is the whole sweep of Rhossili Bay.

Oystermouth castle in Mumbles

A 12th century Norman castle right in the heart of Mumbles. Open to the public during the Summer.


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