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Quiet is probably an understatement. Not difficult to reach if you have average mobility, however there is a walk through the woods that is suitable for sturdy buggies or mobility scooters. Remember to take a bag to pick up your 3 + pieces of plastic...More
It was great to find such a long stretch of unspoilt beach with so few visitors. We spent a delectable Saturday afternoon in August, having fought our way through the traffic queues through the Gower, and were surprised to find that everyone else must have...More
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.
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.
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
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
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