Gower Peninsula


Langland Bay




Langland is one of the more popular Gower beaches possibly more due to its closeness to Swansea and Mumbles than its sandier neighbour Caswell.

The setting of Langland is picturesque with the rows of traditional beach huts situated just behind the narrow promenade, the wooded backdrop and fine gorse covered limestone cliffs.

Access to the beach is from the car parks situated behind the beach huts and adjacent to the public tennis courts.

Langland has always been popular with surfers although it is not really a sandy beach having a large area of rocky outcrops at low tide.

Refreshments and toilet facilities are available and the beach is patrolled by lifeguards in summer.

The western headland is taken up by the spectacularly located Langland Bay Golf Club and a pleasant walk along the cliff path takes you past Snaple Head and around to Caswell Bay.

A fine walk along the eastern cliff path leads to Little Langland also called Rotherslade with fine views afforded over the Bristol Channel to Devon. The cliff path continues back until you reach Limeslade with its café, restaurant and childrens playground and public transport link.


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