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Llangennith Burrows, Gower
Tour the Gower Coastline
Burry Holms, Gower

Facilities include:

  • nearest car parks at Hillend or Broughton
    (private fee charged)
  • toilets at campsites
  • places to eat & drink at campsites
  • phone at campsites
  • suitable for water sports
Children playing at Spaniard Rocks

Children playing at Spaniard Rocks 

The stream running through Hillend

The stream running through Hillend
Llamgennith  Burrows with Rhossili Down in the background, one very windy day in January
The Burrows with Rhossili Down in the background, one very windy day in January
The sand dunes

The sand dunes

The photo above shows Burry Holms from Llangennith Burrows.

Burry Holms becomes an island when the tide is in, but is accessible for approximately 2 hours either side of low tide. There are ruins of a medieval monastic settlement on the island and each year there are special religious ceremonies held there.

The beach itself lies at the Western end of Rhossili Bay and is a sandy, sprawling beach backing onto sand dunes. Very popular with surfers.

The footpath leads North East to Bluepool Corner.

The beach is a 10 to 15 minute walk from either car park.








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