Living in Swansea, we are so lucky to have the beautiful Gower Peninsula on our doorstep. It is beautiful in all weathers.
Beautiful, stunning scenery, friendly (with couple of exceptions), micro climate (ignore national picture of rain and wind, we got sun and blue skies). History and culture rich, excellent walking territory, locally produced food in shops and restaurants if you look...love it, love it, love it.....will keep going back.
The Gower is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK and I would highly recommend it at any time of year. There are numerous great walks and beaches with easily accessible coastal Paths as others have said. Rhosillin Bay has to be my favourite but every part of the coastline has lots to offer. We also explored the... More
This was where we came as children and it's as beautiful as ever. My favourite place in the world is three cliffs bay - it has everything a beach should - steep walk down, a stream, dunes and a wide bay with those steep cliffs. Where else could it be but in Wales?
The Gower was the UK's first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. One day here and it becomes obvious why, It has the UK's No 1 beach in 2013 according to tripadvisor in Rhossili Bay and many more beautiful beaches besides. We visited in January so there were no crowds which just added to the magic. There are many beautiful... More
A range of beautiful beaches with endless walking routes, great surf and lovely family days out! My favourite are: `Rhossili to mews lade walk, caswel, 3 cliffs, Oxwich.... Actually, never mind They are all equally as beautiful with lovely walks.
One of the most scenic coastal areas in Europe, the walk westwards from Pennard towards Three Cliffs, Tor Bay, Crawley Woods and Oxwich is amongst the most memorable stretches of cliff, headlands, rivers, unrivalled stretches of sandy beach anywhere, take a camera you will not be disappointed.
It was wonderful to evisit my childhood home, not a lot had changed on thr Gower, thank God! The GowerHas some of the best scenery in the worldand the Sun shone !! Can I recommend the Tram cafe in Oystermouth, the lunch was fantastic & so much of it !! The Apple at Mumbles has had a makeover and the... More
The Gower was designated Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and its not hard to see why. It's most famous for its lovely beaches, mostly of golden sands varying in size from the tiny Brandy Cove to the magnificent sweep of Rhossili Bay at Gower's western tip. Most are great for swimming, some easily accessible with car parks but... More
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