Gower Beaches > Limeslade Bay

Limeslade is a small sheltered cove west of Mumbles Head and Bracelet Bay. At high water the beach is virtually non-existent, but as the tide falls it reveals a fascinating array of rock pools and gullies. The rocks here are quite unique with red and white veins running through them(see below). It is a great place for exploring the pools, watching the boats sail past, or from here you can walk around the coastal path to Rotherslade and Langland Bay. It is easily reached by bus or car, with parking facilities, ice cream parlour and café a five minute walk away at Bracelet Bay.
WARNING: There is no Lifeguard patrol on this beach.


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