Beaches in Swansea (Gower), South Wales

 

We have 22 beaches listed for Swansea (Gower) in South Wales

 

Blue Pool Bay (Blue Pool Corner) Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

Blue Pool Bay (aka Blue Pool Corner) This is one of those beaches best visited at low tide because the water consumes the beach completely at high tide, once the water has receded it reveals a lovely sandy beach....

Bracelet Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This beach is made up of rocks and pebbles with a sprinkling of sand here and there, as well as a number of rock pools to investigate. The waters here are ok for dipping your toes in, but swimming is not really...

Brandy Cove Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This beach is in a fairly secluded location, offering its visitors a nice sandy beach with some rock pools. There are no facilities and no parking here.

Broughton Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

At low tide, there is a fantastic stretch of sand here. It is a great beach for taking the dog for a run, or for just lounging around. Unfortunately, the waters here are not safe to swim in.

Caswell Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

This is a great all-rounder as beaches go. It's nice and sandy, it's safe to swim here, and it's good for a spot of surfing too. Being such a popular beach means it does get very busy, although at low tide the sand...

Crawley Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

Low tide reveals a lovely wide sandy beach, behind which lies the dunes of Nicholaston Burrows. There are no facilities here and parking is a bit of a walk away, so if you're planning a visit to Crawley Beach you...

Fall Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

Fall Bay offers a lovely sandy beach which never too crowded, due to its remoteness and accessibility. The beach can be reached by walking through fields and over many stiles, the final descent down to the beach...

Jersey Marine Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is made up of mostly sand, which is backed by dunes and the Crymlyn Burrows nature reserve. The central part offers fairly safe swimming. The tide can go out a very long way, so venturing out too far at...

Langland Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Beachgoers will find a lovely stretch of sandiness here, combined with its close proximity to Swansea means it's very popular with families and the surfing fraternity. There are excellent facilities just behind the...

Limeslade Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This beach has quite a rugged feel to it, and it's mostly made up of pebbles with some sand further down at low tide.

Llangennith Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is a great all-rounder of a beach, it's big, it's sandy, and it's a great surfing beach. Although we have indicated parking and toilets are nearby, it does involve a bit of a trek across the dunes.

Llanrhidian Sands Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a large open stretch of sand backed by a saltmarsh, with the river Loughor meandering down the centre.

Mewslade Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

Set within this pretty bay is a lovely secluded sandy beach, offering its visitors an ideal escape from the other busier beaches found on the Gower Peninsula. The high cliffs around the beach make it nice and...

Oxwich Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

This is a lovely long sandy beach offering plenty of room for everybody, it's also nice and sheltered here, making it ideal for swimming as well as kayaking and paddleboarding. The waters are also used by high-speed...

Pobbles Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is a popular sandy beach albeit rather secluded, which is surrounded by cliffs and sand dunes. There are no facilities here, and parking is quite a walk away.

Port Eynon Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a popular long sandy beach at both high and low tide, with a much wider stretch of sand revealed at the water recedes. Beachgoers will find it a safe location for swimming, and for surfing and windsurfing....

Pwlldu Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

If you're looking for a quiet, very secluded bay, Pwlldu will fit the bill quite nicely. There is sand further down the beach, especially at low tide, but the top part of the beach is very pebbly. There are no...

Rhossili Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is a massive 3-mile arc of lovely sandiness, offering plenty of space for those all important beach games, and the golden sands are ideal for sandcastle building competitions. Rhossili Bay is wide open, offering...

Swansea Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Here visitors will find a very long stretch of sand, which extends even wider at low tide. It isn't a good idea to try to walk out to meet the sea at low tide, as the sand gets fairly boggy. The beach is very easy to...

Three Cliffs Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

It is very easy to see why Three Cliffs is one of the most picturesque, and most photographed areas on the Gower. Here is a lovely sandy beach (at low tide) and three fairly prominent limestone cliffs, all set around...

Tor Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

Here you will find a lovely sandy beach at both high and low tide, its fairly sheltered position allows for safe swimming. There are no facilities here and parking is some distance away, so don't forget to bring some...

Whiteford Sands Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

If you are looking for a beach with a wild remote feel to it, this is it. Whiteford Sands offers a lovely curve of delightful sandiness, which is a perfect, quiet location for sunbathing. Due to its location and the...