Venture onto Swansea’s finest natural playground, as golden bays meet rocky cliffs, and abundant wildlife thrives, creating a walking paradise
For anyone who adores the great outdoors, Gower is truly the jewel in the crown of Wales’ second city.
Beginning at the far western curve of Swansea Bay, the peninsula continues west towards Carmarthen Bay. It’s home to idyllic beaches regarded as some of the finest in Britain, as well as fantastic clifftops, adding spectacular scenery and variety to coastal walks in this region.
ROUTE 1 – Wander the cliffs between two popular bays
ROUTE 2 – Feel the breeze on this headland wander
ROUTE 3 – An easy stroll above one of Wales’ finest bays
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For the full feature on Gower walks, see the September 2019 issue of Welsh Coastal Life. For back issues, click here.
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