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Whiteford National Nature Reserve

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if you want to dodge the crowds this is your place!

walk for miles without seeing a soul! this is a beautiful stretch of beach which is on the tail end... read more

Reviewed May 22, 2018
lauren956
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
Excitement at every turn

The Whiteford reserve is a delight to walk through. You can get to to the beach,stroll through the... read more

Reviewed January 3, 2018
howard m
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Swansea, United Kingdom
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Swansea, Wales
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Reviewed May 22, 2018

walk for miles without seeing a soul! this is a beautiful stretch of beach which is on the tail end of north gower. you can walk out to the lighthouse at low tide. had many a morning run down here to blow away the cobwebs.

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Reviewed January 3, 2018

The Whiteford reserve is a delight to walk through. You can get to to the beach,stroll through the woods ar walk as far as the Lighthouse.. Whichever route you chose you will be surprised at the variety experiences on offer.

1  Thank howard m
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Reviewed November 20, 2017

had many walks right across this beautiful piece of coastline! possibly the quietest and most unspoilt part of the gower peninsula!

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Reviewed October 22, 2017 via mobile

This is one of the most unspoilt and stunning beaches you will find. It takes a bit of effort to get there, with a 30 minute walk along footpaths and over sand dunes to reach the beach. Once there, however, you can very often see...More

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Reviewed May 30, 2017

We were reccomended to visit this area by friends and so glad we did. Parked up at the top of the hill by the old tea rooms (only open Sat and Sundays) and walked down the hill to the beach. What a dream mile after...More

Thank Bryn W
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Reviewed March 8, 2017

One of the few places, where you can go for a summer walk on Gower, without being over run by 100's of people ! Love the varied landscapes of dunes, old pine forest marsh and beach.

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Reviewed March 3, 2017

My family spend most of our free time here, it is great for walking and if you swing buy Cwn Ivy there is a cafe with great food and great views. Llanmadoc is a great village that has a cafe post office. Friendly welcome and...More

Thank David J
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Reviewed February 14, 2017

It's full of noisy crazy golf, drunks, broken glass, vomit and PCSOs having nervous breakdowns. The scenery is nothing of note and the stench from wheelie bins ful of used nappies can be overpowering. Don't bother going here-leave it all to me...

1  Thank Gerard O
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Reviewed January 30, 2017

There are lots of starting points to walk down to the reserve. Be careful of the tides if you want to walk out to the lighthouse and make sure you have good footwear - it is rocky. Lots of circular walks to take in pine...More

Thank suemarilynlyle
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Reviewed October 19, 2016 via mobile

Took a walk past the fantastic new tidally flooded area, past the salt marsh and over the dunes to the beach. Little egret flying over the flooded area and pintail ducks swimming amongst the trees! Impressive in extent and to see and hear how the...More

Thank Stewart P
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