View of Worms Head, Rhossili

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Places to visit

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Mari Lwyd Lantern Parade at Pennard

Mari Lwyd lantern parade  

Come along and help us revive this old mid winter tradition, on Wednesday 6 December 2017 from 6pm, or join in one of the lantern making workshops in the lead up to the big day.

Walking with the family

Top walks on Gower

From coastal strolls to woodland rambles, our varied walks suit families and hikers alike. Take in clifftop views, secluded coves, wild landscapes, and experience the seasons as they change.

Special places to visit

View towards Worms Head at Rhossili Bay, Gower, Wales

Our new guidebook 

Packed with walking routes, top tips on where to surf and spot wildlife and much more, the Gower guidebook will help you make the most of your visit to the Peninsula. You can buy a copy in advance, or pick up one from the National Trust shop at Rhossili.

Looking across Rhossili Bay, Gower peninsula

Voted one of the best beaches in the world 

A visit to Gower wouldn't be complete without spending a day at Rhossili Bay, a three-mile long sandy beach on the south Gower coast. In 2015, it was voted one of the best beaches in the world by TripAdvisor.


Our oak leaf challenge

Watch the amazing time-lapse photography video of our oakleaf challenge at Rhossili. See how we created a massive sand art of our oak leaf emblem.

Volunteers dry stone walling at Rhossili

Volunteering on Gower

We've a range of different volunteering opportunities on Gower. From getting your hands dirty with dry stone walling and litter picking, to helping out at our events, we've something for everyone.

View of The Old Rectory Holiday Cottage at Rhossili

Fancy a holiday on Gower 

From coastal cottages to woodland retreats, we have four holidays cottages on Gower, sleeping between 5 and 7, and a bunkhouse which sleeps 10.

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It costs £3000 a year to look after 1 mile of the Welsh coast.

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