Total steps: 4
Total steps: 4
Southgate car park, grid ref: SS554874
From the car park bear right and follow the path as it winds its way along the clifftop. Look out for the limestone soil loving flowers that make a wonderful display in spring.
Continue along the coast path until you're overlooking Three Cliffs Bay.
You will gradually descend through sand dunes to Pobbles Bay.
Continue down until you reach the bottom and enjoy your picnic. If you are visiting at low water, you can access Three Cliffs Bay across the sand from Pobbles Bay - but please keep an eye on the tide and be careful.
Three Cliffs Bay, grid ref: SS535879
Feel the wind in your hair and sand beneath your feet as you enjoy this scenic running route around Rhosili.
Explore the wildlife-rich fields of the Vile, an example of medieval strip farming now restored and farmed to create new habitats, backed by views of Rhosili Bay.
A challenging walk to the highest point on Gower and a descent onto a three-mile-long sandy beach. Burial chambers, radar stations and shipwrecks, are some of the highlights you will pass along the way.
Explore wide open landscapes, gentler coastal strolls or energetic hikes for something a little more challenging. We've rounded up some of the best places to walk in Wales.
A scenic spot for coastal walks, water sports and wildlife. With 3 miles of sandy beach there’s plenty of space for the whole family to play in the sand or fly a kite.
Rhosili Bay, Gower, the site to one of our most unique shopping locations. With views across the 3 mile sandy beach, it’s a place like no other. With plenty of local treats and to enjoy or take back home. We also have plenty of choice for any last minute purchases to really make your day out the best it can be.
Find out more about the National Trust’s ongoing partnership with Cotswold Outdoor as our exclusive walking partner.
The special places in National Trust care sometimes come with a few risks for visitors, be it coastline or countryside. Find out how to keep safe throughout your visits.
Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.