With coast on three sides, Gower has plenty of options, from small and secluded coves to long expanses of sand. We have three sandy beaches within walking distance, Mewlsade and Fall on the south and Rhossili to the west, the latter two are not visible from a road and a little harder to get to and therefor quieter. In the height of summer some of the most popular and easiest to get to can be busy. This guide will help you. Beach guide
There are some fantastic walks from here, we re a few hundred yards from the Gower coastal path and visitors who are doing the whole route (and one who was wlaking around Britain) have used us for a stop over. From easy, flat strolls to proper goat like treks we have it all. We can advise you when your here but heres just one good link. Gower Walks
Rhossili is particularly good for learning to surf due to the swell it picks up, shelter from prevailing winds, the gentleness of the wave and its a bit easier to find some space to yourself compared to the much busier Llangenith (regarded as the epicentre of Welsh surfing). There good surf spots all the way around Gower and shelter can be found whatever weather is thrown at us.
PJ's Surf Shop is an institution for Gower surfers and reliable for anything you may need. James (PJ's son) also runs the WSF surf school. We also have a variety of boards and wetsuits here as Jem makes boards and wave skis (Jemski.co.uk) and the whole family surf. We'd be glad to help you out and share a lifelong passion with what to hire, buy and where to surf.