Three Cliffs Bay Walk Scenery – Gower Peninsula Walks In Swansea – Tour Wales Walking Holidays UK
Enjoy some great Three Cliffs Bay walk scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Gower Peninsula Walks In Swansea whilst on tour Wales Walking Holidays UK. Scenery along the walk includes: Pobbles Bay and Beach, Three Cliffs Bay and Beach, Great Tor, and Pennard Castle. There is also rock formations, sand dunes, drift wood and a winding Pennard Pill river. You may see grazing cows plus horses with riders.
Three Cliffs Bay Walk Scenery
The terrain of this route was a combination of coastal paths, woodland path, beach sand, sand dunes, rocky paths and stepping stones. There may be a little rock scrambling or back tracking required if the tide is in, but route finding is generally easy. There are a few gentle inclines and walking over sand dunes can be heavy going but it’s a short distance. Along the route scenery includes: Pobbles Bay and Beach, Three Cliffs Bay and Beach, Great Tor, and Pennard Castle. There are also rock formations, sand dunes, drift wood and a winding Pennard Pill river. Along the way you may see grazing cows plus horses with riders.
Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs Bay gets its name from the three major cliffs that look out over the beach. The bay is located on the southern side of the Gower coastline and is considered one of the finest coastal areas in Wales.
Three Cliff Bay is one of the most photographed areas of Gower and is also commonly known as Three Cliffs. Three Cliffs Bay, or Three Cliffs, has some spectacular views and there are some lovely walks over the steep sand dunes. Horses can often be seen being ridden and it is also a popular location for climbers. Note that Pobbles Beach to the East and Tor Bay to the West are both accessible from Three Cliffs Beach when the tide is low. However, unless you are able to climb up the sand dunes, be careful not to be cut off if the tide comes in around the sides of the beach, leaving an island of sand in the centre. Also be aware that when the tide comes in, it is not possible to cross the river.
The Gower Peninsula is a peninsula in the south of Wales. Jutting westwards into the Bristol Channel, The Gower is the most westerly part of the county of Swansea. The Gower became the first area in the United Kingdom to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in 1956.
Swansea is both a coastal city and county in south Wales. The county lies within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan and is situated on the sandy South West Wales coast.