Views across the beach and towards the headland at Rhosili, Gower

Explore the UK's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Places to visit

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Important information 

We’re pleased to say that a number of our places in Wales are now open and can't wait to welcome you this summer. From Saturday 7 August, Wales is moving to Alert Level Zero of the coronavirus regulations and we will be making some changes to adapt to the regulations. You no longer need pre book to visit many of our places in Wales, however booking remains essential at some of our small properties, including Dolaucothi, Plas yn Rhiw and Tudor Merchant House. Please check the website for property specific information before visiting.

A view of the car park at Rhosili, Gower

Visiting Rhosili : what you need to know

Planning a visit to Rhosili? Read on for information on parking and staying safe whilst visiting the countryside.

National Trust Ranger, Mark Hipkin, inspecting the sunflowers at The Vile

The Vile, bursting with colour and wildlife once again

A landscape, farmed in a wildlife-friendly way is a haven for wildlife on the Vile at Rhosili

Aerial view of Cwm Ivy marsh

Cwm Ivy: Where the sea comes in

Cwm Ivy has undergone a transformational change since the sea wall breached in 2014. Find out more about this process and the reasons behind it happening.

View of The Old Rectory Holiday Cottage at Rhossili

Fancy a holiday on Gower?

Enjoy a holiday on Gower to discover amazing coastal locations and secluded woodland retreats.