Beaches and Bays

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Blue Flag Beach
Positioned on the eastern side of Tutt Hill and with great views towards the Mumbles Lighthouse, Bracelet Bay is a charming stretch of sand and pebble that is almost always quieter than nearby Langland or Caswell.
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Follow the cliff path to the east from Worms Head and enjoy the views
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Fall Bay is a tough 30 minute walk away from Rhossili Bay and The Wormshead Hotel.
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Pobbles Bay in the foreground with Three Cliffs beyond
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This striking bay takes its name from the three peaks off the headland, which provide a naturally beautiful and unique view. A river path curves through the sand during high tide, adding to the idyllic scene.
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Rhossili Bay was a favourite haunt of smugglers
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Hailed by The Independent as the 'British supermodel of beaches', and listed in The Sunday Times 25 best beaches in the world. Alongside Llangennith, Rhossili boasts some of the most consistent beach break on Gower, so is great for surf.
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Caswell Bay is situated around the coast from Mumbles and Langland Bay, Caswell Bay can be reached by foot along a coastal path that joins the three together.
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The Jewel in Swansea's Crown - Mumbles and Gower
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At the gateway to Gower's beaches, 5 star hotels, restaurants and Newton Road boutiques at its heart, Mumbles must surely be in your itinerary for a weekend break this summer.
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Famous for its beach huts and popular with surfers
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Blue Flag Beach
Langland Bay is a superb stretch of sandy beach and is popular with almost everyone - from water sports enthusiasts to sun worshippers, and in the winter sunset catchers and dogwalkers.
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A panoramic view from the Marina to Mumbles Pier
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The sandy 6-mile curve of Swansea bay lines the city with opportunity for sunning, sandcastle-building and fishing. Any position around the Bay affords a spectacular view, either of towards Mumbles Point or the city.
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