Rhossili Bay beach is situated on the tip of the Gower Peninsula with views across the Bristol Channel and towards Pembrokeshire. Rhossili has spectacular cliffs, burial cairns and mysterious shipwrecks visible at low tide, so there is plenty for the whole family to do and see. The three mile long sandy beach is popular with fisherman, surfers and bathers. The clifftop has excellent walks from the National Trust visitor centre to the old coastguard lookout with views out to Worms Head.
WC at carpark.
There are plenty of places to eat in the nearby village of Rhossili with views of the beach stretching out into the distance.