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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 hang gliders 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
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
Parked all day at the National Trust carpark which was free to us as NT members but £5 if not. You need to check the tide times if you want to walk out to Worm Head as it is only possible 2 hours either side...More
What a lovely place to be on a wet and windy day in December. Stunning views and the rolling waves were a sight to behold. We took a walk out to the Old Coast Guard station with horrendous winds but it was worth it. Dad...More
We visited Rhossili Bay because of a friend recommended it and it didn’t disappoint. It’s the most remarkable place I have seen in south Wales so far. I wish I lived closer so I can get there more often.
The roads to get there are...More
What a treat Rhossili Bay is. It reminded me somewhat of the sea views, cliffs and picturesque walks of The Ring of Kerry, Ireland.
Lovely beach, views, walks and a couple of good refreshment cafes.
This is a "must" trip!!
Visited here in October half term to see Worm's Head. managed to park on the small church car park, but there is a large payable National Trust car park a bit nearer to the bay. Stunning views of the surrounding area on the walk down,...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..