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The Cove, Horton, Gower
Tour the Gower Coastline
The Cove

Facilities include:

  • shop
  • car park (pay and display)
  • toilets
  • seasonal life guard
  • disabled access
  • phone
  • dog ban 1/5 to 30/9 between the Lifeboat Station and Port Eynon
  • suitable for water sports
  • European Blue Flag Award
  • Seaside Award

The view from The Cove to Port Eynon Point.

The view from The Cove to Port Eynon Point.

Horton attracts many visitors each year. The beach is only a minute or so walk from the car park, through the sand dunes. There is always some sand, even at high tide. The beach is popular with surfers and wind surfers and there is a dog ban in place for part of the year. Floating bouys mark the place where The Prince Ivanhoe ran aground in 1981.

The cliff path run East to The Sands or you can walk to the West on the beach to Port Eynon.

There are many rock pools in which to study the marine life.

There are many rock pools in which to study the marine life.

Port Eynon in the distance and the sand dunes bordering the beach.

Port Eynon in the distance and the sand dunes bordering the beach.


The Slade end of Horton Beach

The Slade end of Horton Beach

The Cove, Horton, Gower

 

 

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