Family Fun

Gower's beaches offer an almost unlimited playground for families with children and activities like Dryad Bushcraft are sure to keep the kids entertained.

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Caswell Self Catering Appartment
Fall asleep to the sound of waves and wake up to shimmering ocean views with a break at this luxury beachside apartment.
From
£285
Located a stone’s throw from the sands and with views over the beautiful Caswell Bay, these apartments make the perfect place for a relaxing week away.
From
£340
Langland heights
Located just 5 minutes’ walk from Langland Bay and its popular surf beach, the 4-star Langland Heights is set in planted gardens and offers modern and spacious apartments.
From
£75
The pad is a self-catering apartment located in Langland Bay. Free Wi-Fi access is available in public areas.
On the seafront in Mumbles, with spectacular sea views of Swansea Bay, this small, charming, family-run guest house prides itself on its comfortable accommodation and tasty breakfasts with free WiFi access throughout.
From
£40
If you like your food healthy and your cafés packed with character a meal at the Kitchen Table is certain to be a highlight of your trip to Mumbles.
If you're a curry fan you'll love the innovative Indian cuisine served at this excellent restaurant at the top of Newton Road.
Set back from the seafront on Mumbles Road, the Village Inn is a traditional pub with a rustic décor, good service and great food.
The Westcross Inn sits right on the seafront at the entrance to Mumbles. Enjoy people watching from the outdoor terrace and take in the superb views over Swansea Bay and the Neath Valley.
Set right on the seafront in the heart of Mumbles, The George is family friendly bar/restaurant serving food and drinks throughout the day.
The Pilot Mumbles
The Pilot Pub and Brewery was originally licensed in 1849 and now consists of a micro brewery serving award winning cask ales.
A local Mumbles favourite, The White Rose established in 1856 serves traditional pub-food every day from breakfast to an extensive fish menu.
The Park Inn is situated a few minutes walk into the heart of The Mumbles on Park Street. An old fashioned real ales pub with bags of character.
Enjoy the thrill of riding your very first waves under the expert tuition of Simon at GSD. If you've always fancied giving surfing a go, the safe, gentle waves at Caswell are the perfect place to learn the basics.
From
£35.00
Could you survive in the wild? Learn the skills required and get to know some of the remotest and most beautiful areas of Gower with an outdoor survival course from Dryad Bushcraft.
From
£90.00
Discover Gower's spectacular coastline from the sea. Get up close to the seals, birdlife and dolphins that call these waters home and learn about smugglers' coves and shipwrecks when you take a trip on Gower's premier sightseeing boat.
From
£30.00
Swansea Bay Rider at Southend Mumbles
Children will love the chance to take a ride on this iconic land train, which traces the route of the UK's first ever passenger railway.
From
£3.00
Enjoy sweeping views across Mumbles and Swansea Bay, discover WWII gun turrets and walk the network of woodland paths around this stunning nature reserve.
Taking in 4 of the Gower's Bays, this journey starts at Bracelet Bay and takes you right around to Langland Bay.
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Distance:
2.50Km(s)
Average Travel Time:
45 minutes
Pleasure for the eyes, as well as the taste buds, this walk takes you on a tour around the best ice cream parlours South Wales has to offer. This is an ideal way to spend the afternoon with the family, but not one designed for those of us on a diet.
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Distance:
5.00Km(s)
Average Travel Time:
1hr 30minutes
A panoramic view from the Marina to Mumbles Pier
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Blue Flag Beach
The sandy 6-mile curve of Swansea bay lines the city with opportunity for sunning, sandcastle-building and fishing. Any position around the Bay affords a spectacular view, either of towards Mumbles Point or the city, and on a clear day even Devon can be seen across the Bristol channel.
Famous for its beach huts and popular with surfers
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Blue Flag Beach
This superb stretch of sandy beach is popular with everyone, from water sports enthusiasts and sun worshippers to photographers and dog walkers.
Taken from the coastal path
John Jenkins | SwanseaPhotos.com
Blue Flag Beach
A family friendly sandy beach with good access and facilities, Caswell Bay is situated around the coast from Mumbles and Langland Bay.
Bracelet Bay, Mumbles

View towards the lighthouse from Bracelet Bay

Blue Flag Beach
Explore these pebbly shores and discover ancient fossils in limestone rock pools or simply find a quiet nook yourself and spend a lazy afternoon sunbathing.
Limeslade Bay, Mumbles
Blue Flag Beach
This sheltered cove boasts some fascinating geological features and several quiet spots to soak up the sun.