Tircoch Farm Holiday Cottages, Gower

Tircoch Farm

Phone: 01244 352288 or 01244 357726
Ref: The Dairy 19775 // The Stall 20414

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Activities and attractions for a memorable holiday in Gower

Gower Beaches

Thee Cliffs Bay

Langland - well known for its beach huts and tennis courts, Langland is also a popular surf spot.

Caswell - Ideal for surfing, the beach regularly receives Blue Flag status and is close to the village of Mumbles.

Pwll Du - One of the more remote beaches and is not easily accessible by car. but there are three footpaths leading down to the beach. A secluded spot where the beach is made up of pebbles.

Three Cliffs - The bay takes its name from the three sea cliffs that jut out into the bay. Pennard Pill, a small stream, flows into the sea in the middle of the bay. The beach is an important asset for locals and visitors and routinely qualifies for Blue Flag status.

Oxwich Bay - Its landscape features sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland. It is also a popular spot for swimming and watersports including diving, sailing, water skiing and windsurfing.

Tor Bay

Port Eynon - Port Eynon Bay is a very popular beach resort beside the village of Port Eynon and has a selection of shops and cafes.

Rhossili - The Bay curves along an arc running northwards from the village of Rhossili and features the famous landmark "Worms Head".

Llangenith - The beach is now mainly a centre for surfers, and is located at the north end of Rhossili Bay in a fairly isolated locale.

Llanmadoc - Why not take a walk out along the beach at Llanmadoc? At low tide you can even reach the lighthouse at Whitford Point, be careful of those tides though!

Activities & Attractions

Gower Coast Adventures - A breathtaking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast, leaving you with unforgettable memories.

Perriswood Archery - Open all year around, and is the only centre dedicated to the pursuit of Archery and Falconry of its kind in the UK

Gower Heritage Centre - Visitor attraction and rural life museum based around a working 12th century water-mill.

Dryad Bushcraft - Learn the art of learning to live comfortably in a wilderness environment using the minimum of modern equipment.

Parc-Le-Breos Pony Treking - A family run pony trekking centre in Gower, Established 1963.

National Waterfront Museum Swansea - The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.

The LC2 Leisure Centre - Make some waves in Swansea's fantastic family-friendly waterpark that's got something for everyone


Mumbles - A wide variety of Shops, Restaurants and Pubs to choose from all in one picturesque seaside village.

Welsh Moor - Welsh Moor is very well known for its rare Butterfly Colony and large variety of wild birds, which make their way over the Loughor Estuary from Penclacwydd wildfowl trust.

Eating Out

King Arthur Hotel - The King Arthur is renowned for traditional ales and delicious home-cooked food, suited to all tastes.

Gower Inn - Park up at The Gower Inn in Parkmill and enjoy a sizzling good time any day of the week.

Oxwich Bay Hotel - restaurant and garden area alongside Britain’s “Best Beach”.





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