Watersports in Gower
This lovely area is great for water sports, so whatever mode of water transport takes your fancy, take the plunge and enjoy some fun on, or in, the water!
What makes it special
- Some spectacular opportunities for watersports
Other things to do nearby
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country. Whether it be walking routes or off the beaten track, you’re sure to enjoy wandering around and takin
Climb and scramble to your hearts content and enjoy the spectacular views from this beautiful part of the country. Check out the UK Climbing website for routes
So many walks!
There's lots of fantastic coastal climbs to choose from and there's something suitable for every climber. Castle Rock off Fall Bay is very popular and boasts some amazing crags.
Remains of a mock-fortified manor house, with evidence of sumptuous accommodation, built during the prosperous 16th century. Visit the website
0 miles Enjoy a breathtaking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast and discover marine wildlife and fascinating local history. Visit the website
Rhossili Bay Distance: 6.5 miles/10km Start/Finish: NT Visitor Centre, Rhossili, SA3 1PR Terrain: Trail, beach, quiet road section Toughness: Easy t
Dryad Bushcraft is dedicated to providing the highest standard of Wilderness Bushcraft training.
Body boarding in the bay at Port Eynon is a must. Hire your wetsuit and body board direct from the hostel, run down to the beach and let the water fun begin!
Discover Swansea, the seaside resort of Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula. Don't miss the enchanting Afan and Vale of Neath. Visit the website
Explore the largest indoor market in Wales and sample the local delights like cockles, lavabread and bacon. Visit the Market website
The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. Visit the website
Houses a permanent exhibition on Dylan Thomas and his life, as well as a shop stuffed with books, posters and memorabilia. The Centre is right next to the pedestrian Sail (Millennium) Bridge and
Set in a 450 acre mosaic of lakes, pool and lagoons created on the scenic Burry Inlet, home hundreds of wild and resident species.