The Gower Tour
Experience the beauty of The Gower Peninsula, with its golden sandy beaches and limestone cliffs.
The Gower Peninsula is the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is 19 miles by 6 miles of award winning beaches, dramatic cliff-top walks, picturesque villages, rolling countryside, valleys, woodlands and breathtaking views.
The area boasts many ancient sites including castles and a human burial chamber dating back to 3500 BC.
Mumbles is the gateway to the Gower. Mumbles offers stunning views over Oystermouth Bay and is the beginning of the journey into the Gower, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bracelet Bay and Langland Bay
You will take a half hour walk into Langland Bay from Bracelet Bay and Limeslade Bay. The walk takes you along a steep clifftop with breathtaking views of the coast. This is a wonderful opportunity to walk and admire this wonderful landscape
Positioned between Three Cliffs Bay and Oxwich Bay, Penmaen Burrows has a number of archaeological remains and is both interesting and scenic.
Three Cliffs Bay and Oxwich Bay
Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula is one of the best places in Britain to watch the sunset.
Our 40 minute walk offers spectacular cliff top views of Three Cliffs Bay's semi-secluded pristine beaches and clifftop views over the outstanding six mile stretch of sand which is Oxwich Bay.
Three Cliffs Bay offers some of the most beautiful views in Britain.
Worms Head and Rhossili Bay
The Gower Tour offers many wonderful views and interesting and scenic walks, however, none more so than the views of Rhossili Bay, and the walk along the body of the sleeping dragon, towards Worms Head.
We spend the afternoon enjoying everything that the Gower, this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has to offer.
Cefn Bryn Ridge and Arthur's Stone
Our last stop is Cefn Bryn, Gower's sturdy spine, which commands views of the North Gower coast, Carmarthen Bay and a distant glimpse of Pembrokeshire and the rugged interior landscape of the Gower Peninsula.
Wild ponies, cattle and sheep graze freely on common ground. The legend of King Arthur which permeates across this ancient and historical landscape is never far away.
We have another opportunity to take a short walk, take in the amazing views and visit one of the Seven Wonders of Britain, Arthur's Stone.