Oxwich to Pennard Cliffs
5.25 miles / 8.25 km
A relatively easy walk with open stretches of sandy beaches and
great views of Three Cliffs Bay, a spot noted for its beauty. There
are a few rock scrambles if you wish to take them. (Bus)
Mumbles to Swansea
5.75 miles / 9.25km
In Mumbles, reward yourself with an ice cream while you explore
the area. If the lifeboat station is open it is worth popping in to
find out more about the vital and heroic role the RNLI has played
in saving lives at sea here and throughout the country. Walk to the
city along Swansea’s famous promenade (site of the world’s first
passenger railway) with views across the bay back to Mumbles Head.
RSPB Rhossili Coastal Trail
6 miles / 9.6 km
An exhilarating walk in one of the most spectacular areas in
Wales. The path passes a mix of dramatic cliffs, beautiful beach,
undulating upland and wild seascape ensuring exciting views of a
wide variety of birdlife throughout the year. Find out more about
the RSPB Rhossili Coastal Trail walk.
Llanmadoc to Rhossili
6.75 miles / 10.75 km
A walk along the western end of Gower passing Broughton Bay,
Burry Holms island and taking in the length of Rhossili Bay. Tides
permitting, there is an option to extend the walk to Worm’s Head.
(Bus Sundays only)
Margam Abbey to Baglan
7 miles / 11 km
To enjoy the best views of the coast, this route takes you along
historic sea cliffs which overlook Port Talbot. This walk offers
great views of the Bristol Channel with a superb opportunity to
view how industry sits within this coastal setting. Explore
interesting relics along the way including the ruins of Church of
Mary. Find out more about
the Margam Abbey to Baglan walk.
Rhossili to Port Eynon
7.5 miles / 11.75 km
This path follows a stretch of coast rich in wildlife with a
spectacular and varied landscape. It passes through National Trust
land, much of which is remote, rugged and wild. Port Eynon Bay was
voted best British beach in 2011. (Bus) Find out more
about the Port Eynon to Rhossili walk.
Llanrhidian to Cheriton & return
8 miles / 12.9 km
The path follows gently undulating landscape, close to sea level
for most of the way. There is a steep slope at Bovehill and high
tides can sometimes submerge parts of the path.
Find out more abouth the Llanrhidian to Cheriton & return