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Wales Coast Path - Gower & Swansea Bay
This stretch of the Path is an area of contrasts; from the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula, with its award winning golden beaches, to the busy seaside city of Swansea and spectacular views over Swansea Bay.
Swansea Arena is a 3,500 capacity indoor arena in the heart of the city, with the capability to host events ranging from music, comedy, theatre and e-sports, plus conferences and events.
Three Cliffs Bay Beach
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.
Langland Bay Beach
Langland Bay is an attractive, safe and sandy beach fringed by attractive beach huts. Very popular with families and young children.
Oxwich Bay Beach
Oxwich Bay is one of Gower's most popular beaches, with good access, plenty of parking, shops and two and half miles of golden sand backed by sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland.
Rhossili Bay Beach
Rhossili Bay is an iconic destination with dramatic, panoramic views and good walking opportunities. The beach is reached down (and up!) a steep cliff top path that may be unsuitable for some.
Aberavon seafront is one of Wales’ longest beaches and has a contemporary promenade that overlooks Swansea Bay. This place is popular whatever the weather, and boasts an Aquasplash playground, children’s play areas & Apollo Cinema.
On a forty foot high limestone ridge overlooking the pretty village of Mumbles Oystermouth Castle is a spectacular location. The earliest building remains at Oystermouth Castle, the keep in the central block, date from the early 12thC
Fogo's Free Tours
Fogo's Free Tours is a walking tour provider in Cardiff and Swansea, offering regularly scheduled public tours in both cities all year round since 2018. Private tours are available for families, schools, conferences and more on request.
Rhossili, Worm's Head & Visitor Centre
Breathtaking Rhossili bay, with its three mile long sandy beach, is overlooked by the Old Rectory, the most popular National Trust holiday cottage. Visible on the beach at low tide are the remains of the Helvetia, a ship wrecked in 1887