The Gower Penisula
The Gower Peninsula was designated as the UK’s first ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ in 1956. Gower has a rich and varied environment – from open moors and dramatic cliffs, to golden sandy beaches.
A picturesque village located in the county of West Glamorgan, Wales. It is situated on the north-west tip of the Gower Peninsula, around 16 miles west of Swansea.
Oxwich is a small village located on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. It is part of the community of Penrice, which extends from the village of Horton to Oxwich Bay, which is one of the most popular beach on the Gower.
Some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK. The coastline stretches for around 40 miles and offers a variety of landscapes, from rolling hills and lush woodlands to dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches.
The Gower Peninsula is a beautiful place to explore on foot. There are many walking routes to choose from, each offering breathtaking views and unique experiences.
Places To Eat
The Gower Peninsula is a foodie’s paradise, with a plethora of restaurants serving up delicious cuisine. From the award-winning Beach House Restaurant to the budget-friendly Gower Seafood Hut, there’s something for everyone’s taste buds. Bon appétit! 🍴👌
Out And About
You can enjoy the outdoors by surfing, or birdwatching. If you’re looking for something more thrilling, you can try coasteering or gorge-walking. Alternatively, you can explore the rich history of the area by visiting the historic castles and landmarks. The Gower Peninsula has something for everyone, so why not come and experience it for yourself?