Horse Riding at Rhossili Beach allowfullscreen&gt; Rhossili on the Gower Peninsula, is the winner of numerous awards for the best British beach and the best sunsets in the world. Most recently, Rhossili was the first beach to be awarded Britain’s Best Beach by TripAdvisor's Travellers’ Choice for the second year running, not to mention the 3rd best beach in Europe and 9th best in the world! It’s a fantastic place for walking short sections of the Wales Coast Path. If you head in the opposite direction to the beach, you can scramble out to Worm's Head which looks like a huge basking Welsh dragon (the name itself 'Wurm' means 'dragon' and was named by those pesky Viking raiders.) It’s accessible at low tide via a causeway and makes an invigorating walk – though be sure to check on the tides at the Coastwatch Centre before you attempt to cross. If your return journey is cut off by high tide, don’t attempt to swim back to shore. Horse Riding at Rhossili Beach You can ride on horseback for miles along the beach. Watch out for the wreck of the Helvetia which was shipwrecked here in 1887, it’s a Gower landmark. If you carry on to Burry Holms, a small tidal islet at the end of the beach, you can make out the remains of a medieval chapel half buried in the sand. Where to stay: There are lots of beach side self catering cottages and places to stay nearby. Use our Accommodation search to find your perfect Rhossili retreat. Find out more about Horse Riding in Wales. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Beach ride romance Discover the thrill of horse riding beside the sea in Pembrokeshire. Discover scenic Dingestow Explore the Monmouthshire countryside on foot, horse or mountain bike for a great family day out. Must do in Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire is a magnet for walkers, nature lovers, foodies and families. Discover where to go. Welsh AONBs Discover the gorgeous hills, valleys, islands and coasts of our Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Great barbecue beaches Here are 10 barbecue beaches, but any combination of sand, sea and sausages does it for us. Top Welsh writers Discover twelve Welsh writers who have been inspired by Wales’ language and landscapes.