I am taking my parents on a nostalgia trip to the Mumbles next week and they want to visit all their old haunts (My mum was born and bred in the Mumbles but hasn't been back for over twenty years).
They are both in their mid eighties and can walk for about 15 mins without getting too tired, Three cliffs has been mentioned for a visit but from my memory its a long walk. Does anyone have any tips for how to get the best out of beach walks with older people. Places up close to park for some beaches for example? We're staying near Langland are the cliff paths suitable there? We can borrow a wheel chair if there is anywhere easy to walk with it for instance? We have a car.
Any help gratefully received. We also have teenagers so anything that suits both ends of the fitness spectrum would be great also!