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Rhossili Bay lies at the western end of the beautiful Gower peninsula. 3 miles of golden sands, iconic landscapes including Worms Head and Rhossili Down and history everywhere- from neolithic through to the more recent, including home to Edgar...more
All reviews worms head car park the cliff national trust beautiful beach steep walk stunning views low tide beaches in the world the pub well worth the effort great walk golden sands sunny day coastal path sand dunes natural beauty
We went there on a cold but sunny day and it was delightful. There is a car park (with toilets) and places for refreshment where you start the walk. We looked down on the surfers in the Bay and walked along near the cliff edge...More
We decided to go to Rhossili for a walk this morning and we needed our hats and gloves as it there was a cold wind blowing about.
It was a lovely day and there were a lot of people walking dogs.
We walked out to...More
Great selection of interesting modern and mainstream foods on the menu. Fresh and really tasty. Fabulous cake as a funky shop in the cafe overlooking Rhosilli Bay beach. Parking nearby in the National Trust carpark or St Mary’s church.
We were recommended to visit here and we were so glad we did. It was well worth the trip if only for the views. We walked along the coast to Worms Head and a little further then back which took about 2 hours (that was...More
This is my favourite place in Swansea. I come here to unwind look at the amazing views and just too chill and forget about everything. You can have a nice drink in the local pub which is on-site and then a really nice walk. Love...More
This place was quite easy to reach from the 3 cliffs bay by bus. As we have arrived around 2:30 pm the place was quite desolated, as there were more sheeps than people around. The walk towards worm’s head was great with amazing view of...More
Response from PaulDrewsterDrew | Reviewed this property |
I haven’t seen any signs that you can’t but that doesn’t mean I’m right. I’ve seen people with bbqs going down towards Llangennith side of the beach and as long as you take your rubbish back with you..