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“Amazing sights”
Review of Gower Peninsula

Gower Peninsula
Ranked #1 of 130 things to do in Swansea
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed September 4, 2017

We visited the Gower Peninsula as part of a tour and it was breathtaking. We went to the Swansea Bay, where we walked along the coast from Langlands to Caswell. Then we got some lunch at the Bay Bistro at Rhossili Bay, and walked around Worm's Head, which was really amazing! On our way back we visited King Arthur's Stone (Cefn Bryn). There's so much to do and see and we only scratched the surface.

Thank Kamander
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Reviewed September 3, 2017 via mobile

I grew up in Newton but moved away when I was 16, every time I return I realise what I had taken for granted for all those years, this place is truly breathtaking, miles of paths to walk combined with stunning views makes me wish I had never left the place, can't wait to come back next time

1  Thank simonfreak
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Reviewed September 2, 2017 via mobile

Away from the busy resorts of Caswell, Langland and Port Eynon is the wilder, more rural north coast. Quant villages, country pubs and spectacular walks. If you visit Gower don't miss out on its hidden gems, such as: the Welcome to Town, the Dolphin and the Britannia. A little off the beaten track but worth the detour.

2  Thank davidtN87PI
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Reviewed September 1, 2017

We've been to the Gower a number of times and it's always a treat. There are great big sandy beaches, rocks to climb over everywhere for the kids, and quaint little villages, connected by exciting little windy roads to drive. Or walk along the many coastal paths connecting the beaches together to blow all your worries away with a nice strong sea breeze.

Does get somewhat packed especially around Bank Holidays so better enjoyed off-peak

Thank globetrotter4989
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Reviewed August 31, 2017 via mobile

Totally unspoiled and beautiful, friendly people and great for walkers and lovers of nature. We enjoyed the community coffee shop in Llanmadoc, the items are all fresh and very reasonable cost. The pub at Llangennith which we went to on a previous visit to the area is very popular and serves good food. We spent time visiting the local churches as we were doing some family history - it's a remarkable area, well worth a visit.

Thank JacRic
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