New Walk Added :
25/09/16 Oxwich to Port Eynon
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Here is a summary of the new walk:
Oxwich to Port Eynon
The prettiest coastal scenery on the Gower. Beautiful beach to beautiful beach. First through woodland, part of Oxwich National Nature Reserve, past a lovely old church. It is a steep climb but worth every step. Then once the open coast is reached, it is an easy walk with sweeping vistas from rocks and sandy shore to the high rising cliffs. An interim beach called The Sands is an idyllic sandy cove with lots of rock pools at its extremities: a lovely place for a dip in the sea on a sunny day. A diversion, because of cliff erosion, means a little further to walk but again it will not disappoint. The huge semi-circle of Port Eynon beach and the sea is very inviting.