Langland Bay
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Langland Bay Copyright © 2003 Julian Herbert

Langland Bay is one of the most popular beaches during the summer, being near to Mumbles and Swansea. At high tide the beach is mostly pebbles, but as the tide drops it reveals golden sands. It is a traditional holiday beach in the fact that it has a promenade, changing huts and an ice cream shop.

The beach has lifeguard patrol between April and August and is best to swim at high to midwater, due to rocks being exposed as the tide goes out. It is a favourite surfing spot with local surfers, but should only be attempted by experienced surfers.

Walkers are rewarded by excellent coastal paths either to Caswell Bay or round to Mumbles.

Caswell Bay
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Caswell Bay is probably the most popular beach in Gower, with easy access from Swansea and Mumbles.

It is a picturesque bay, with views across to Pwlldu Head, and is backed by extensive woodland. There is a large car park with shops on the foreshore, selling food, drinks and gifts.

There are spectacular coastal walks along the cliffs in either direction, in fact you could walk all the way back to Mumbles if you wanted.

Caswell Bay Copyright © 2003 Julian Herbert


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