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Can't express how fantastic the walk was with spectacular views. So much history in this part of... read more

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WelshWookieWoman
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My first time to worm's head before you walk across let's do some thinking you must check the times... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

Can't express how fantastic the walk was with spectacular views. So much history in this part of the Gower. Absolutely magical...

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My first time to worm's head before you walk across let's do some thinking you must check the times of the tide as you don't want to get stuck out there also weather conditions and last walking boots which I think you must have also something to drink and eat from the start you will be walking on rock's climbing up and down till you get to the first bit of land there is a path you can follow once you come to the end you have more rock's please be careful on this part so you get on the head and walk as forward you can look back at the stunning views if you take children please watch them as the rocks are wet and slippery

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked over to Worm,s Head on s beautiful sunny day. The views over Rhosilli are fantastic. Looking down on to the beach is a sight to behold.On the day we were there, we were lucky enough to see someone power gliding and landing safely

Thank John D
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Reviewed October 12, 2018

Although we didn't walk out onto Worms Head, you can at low tide. If you carry on past the Head, you get wonderful views and can do a circular walk back to the car park.

Thank Janet R
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Reviewed October 8, 2018

We've loved the Worms Head for over 60 years. The walks along the downs offer great views and are easy if you stick to the path, more challenging along the cliffs. The Coast Guards station is very informative. The National Trust store and museum has high quality clothing and books as well as tourist souvenirs.

Thank CanBrit1
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Reviewed October 4, 2018

absolute waste of time , freezing cold and spent 2 quid on a muffin that I discovered was not in fact chocolate chip but was actually blueberry

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Reviewed September 18, 2018

You can walk out at low tide and there are volunteers looking out for you, and searching for wildlife too.

Thank PeteLucy434
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Reviewed September 17, 2018

We timed it just right to get across to the Worm's Head at low water. It is not for the faint-hearted as there is a lot of scrabbling over rocks. But what an achievement when you get across to the last island. The views throughout are spectacular. Absolutely worth a visit. Free parking for National Trust members.

Thank Wendy W
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Reviewed September 14, 2018

Living in the landlocked Midlands we always appreciate our vacations on the coast and decided to take a trip over to Rhossili, as the furthest point of the peninsula. As the schools have now re-opened we didn't expect to find many people there and were surprised to find the car park almost full. It was definitely worth the drive there for the wonderful views out across the Bristol Channel, past the Pembrokeshire coast and out towards Ireland. The tide was in while we were there and so we were only able to walk as far as the end of the cliffs past the Coastguard Station, but it was a lovely sunny day with little wind and so we were able to get some great photographs. For those who live locally it must be great to go there with your dog and a picnic and spend the day enjoying the area. Would definitely visit again if in the area.

Thank LindyLoo101
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Reviewed September 8, 2018

I've walked this walk for many years and never tire of it. You can park up in Rhossili car park for £4 for the day. And either scrabble down to Rhossili beach, or walk the headlands out to Worms head. But! be warned if you have small children keep an eye on them as some of the drops from the headland are 100-200 feet, Its a great place to fish as well, I have scrambled down to some of the ledges facing Rhossili beach and caught 20-30 llbs of Mackerel and Bass from here.
It can be very windy on the end as well, you can start of from the car park with a small breeze and by time you get to Worms Head it can blowing a gale. There is a little National Trust stone cottage on the end that displays all the tide times, because if you cross the causeway and the tide come in you are stuck out there for 5 hours. There are pathways springing off in all directions and one of the nicest is the walk round to Fall Bay, which is one of the best beaches in the UK that I have reviewed on another listing.
The panoramic views from the end are stunning and are a photographers dream, and if you sit long enough and are lucky enough you can sometimes spot Dolphins and many Grey Seals. It must be one of the best picnic spots in the world in the summer.

Thank Steve T
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