About the neighbourhood
Absailing, climbing,walking, swimming, hiking, cycling, horse riding, archery, bushcraft, hang/paraglyding, kite flying, canoeing, surfing, kite surfing, boat trips, bird watching, pottery are all available on the Gower peninsula.BirdwatchingA variety of habitats makes Gower a haven for birdwatchers. Some of the species you may see include herons, kingfishers and egrets. FishingGower is well known for its superb bass fishing, but there are also many other species of fish to be. Porteynon, Oxwich and Llangenith are popular places for fishing, but you can also book trips out of Swansea. Port Eynon, is a village of white washed cottages surrounding a church which, it is believed was founded in the 6th century. There is a fairly quiet sandy beach, which has parking close by, and is patrolled...
Although a car is recommended, there is a good local bus service that travels through many of the villages and beaches, it also services many of the main towns including Swansea. Swansea itself has good transport links with train and national express services operating out of the city centre. Swansea Airport is between the City and Port Eynon and offers scenic flights over the Gower and also Helicopter rides if your budgets suits.