Walking, fishing, climbing, surfing, kite surfing, sailing, horse riding and archery are just a few activities on offer. For the less energetic there is painting, reading or relaxing in the local pubs.

Swansea is half an hours drive away offering shops, theatres, cinemas and a leisure centre. Swansea Market is an old fashioned food market well worth a visit for local produce including cockles and laverbread.


Gower has a rugged limestone coast ideal for climbing and abseiling.

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Gower is a bird watchers paradise. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty and partly owned by the National Trust.

There are wetlands, forestry and marshes in Llanrhidian and Llanmadoc belonging to the National Nature Reserve.

The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust is just across the estuary.


Fairwood Golf Club
6,700yd par 73 course.
In recent years it has been chosen twice for the Welsh PGA Open. Buggy hire is available.

Gower Golf Club
6441 yd par 71 course

Clyne Golf Club

Langland Bay Golf Club

Pennard Golf Club


Pony trekking is a great way to see Gower either galloping along the beaches or trekking through the beautiful countryside.

There are a couple of trekking centres on Gower:-

Parc-le-breos riding Centre
01792 371636

Copley Stables, Clyne Common
01792 234428