Gower is blessed with many sandy beaches, beautiful bays
and interesting coves to explore. The South and West coasts of Gower
vary between the sandy beaches and dramatic limestone cliffs, whereas
the Northern coast of Gower forms part of the tidal Loughor Estuary
where many nature reserves can be found.
There are several of Gower's beaches that have a dog ban imposed from
April 1st to September 30th each year. The beaches affected are as follows:
Swansea Bay - from the River Tawe to the slip opposite Swansea Baths
and from the beach access Sketty Lane to the Northern edge of the slip
opposite the West Cross Inn. Bracelet Bay, Limeslade Bay, Rotherslade
Bay, Langland Bay, Caswell Bay, Port Eynon Beach - from Port Eynon to
the lifeboat station at Horton.
Hover your mouse over the numbers on the map below to find out the location
of each beach. Click on the number for more information and photos of