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Beach:Mewslade Bay Beach

Beach, free entry

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Mewslade Bay is probably one of the prettiest bays on Gower. The short walk to the beach from the small village of Pitton leads down a wooded path and then through a valley which is owned by the National Trust. The path is not suitable for pushchairs and can get muddy in places during the winter. There is no beach at high tide, but it is very pleasant to watch the sea crashing against the rocks. The Bay is popular with surfers; at very low tide it is possible to walk around to Fall Bay.

Car park but it is some distance away (approx. 400m); very limited off road parking. No toilets or other facilities. Dogs are allowed.

Picnic sitePublic toilets

Open all the time


Free entry




Plan route to Mewslade Bay Beach using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SS 420871  Lat: 51.56074 Long: -4.28008

From Swansea take the A4118 Port Eynon road; at Scurlage, turn right onto the B4247 (signed for Rhossili), continue to Pitton and left where signed to Mewslade Car Park.

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 18 miles from Swansea station


  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets