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Beach, free entry

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Pwlldu Bay is a small beach on the south Gower Peninsula coast in south Wales. It is one of the more remote beaches and is not easily accessible by car but there are three narrow footpaths leading down to the beach. There is a nearby gully called Grave's End marked by a circle of limestone rocks. A number of people from a shipwreck that were found on the Bay were buried in this gully. The ship was the Caesar which was wrecked on the beach on 28 November 1760.

Nearest facilities at Caswell Bay; dogs are allowed.

Open all the time


Free entry





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Map reference: SS 575870  Lat: 51.56464 Long: -4.05700

One route to Pwlldu Bay is from Caswell Bay. From Swansea, take the A4067 Mumbles Road; at a mini roundabout, turn right signed for Caswell (this is the B4593) and continue on this road to Caswell Bay - car park on left. Footpath from the road to Brandy Cove and onto Pwlldu Bay.