About Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs Bay is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has been voted on ‘BBC Holidays at Home’ as ‘Britain’s best beach’. The view over Three Cliffs was recently nominated as ‘Britain’s best view’.
It is owned by the National Trust and is wonderful for wildlife as it is part of a nature reserve, attracting walkers, bird watchers, fishermen and nature lovers from all parts of the world.
Many describe the beach as their favorite beach on the Gower. however, this does not mean that it is packed with people – this is one of the benefits of only being accessible on foot! And you are just as likely to see horses down at the beach as people.
Three Cliffs and Pennard Castle
Pennard Castle is set in a picturesque position, overlooking Three Cliffs Bay, and could be described as one of the most picturesque ruins of the Gower. It stands close to a steep drop where you can see the river beneath, snaking towards the sea. The castle can make an excellent spot for watching sunsets, so be sure to bring your camera!
Read more about the area and local National Trust sites
Read more about the Gower Peninsula