Llangenith Beach

Hidden from view until you crest the sand dunes that border it, Llangennith’s windswept charm lies in the fact that it is a slightly longer journey to get to but rewards everyone who makes the effort. The dunes provide a partial shelter if the breeze does get up, however that same breeze contributes to Llangennith being one of the best and most consistent surf breaks on the Gower Peninsula (with its own surf cam).

Whether already a surfer, heading there for a surf lesson (available in peak season) or just out for a day on the beach with the dog (welcome all year round), Llangennith has more than enough sand and sea for everyone. The beach does not have a Lifeguard presence.

The beach is reached from Hillend campsite (paid access) where you can leave the car and enjoy a coffee or bite to eat in Eddy’s (open April to September) and access the toilet facilities. On your way back through Llangennith village look out for The Kings Head which serve pub food and drink.

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