There is a magnificent arc to this beach, which seems to frame the bay, particularly on an ebb tide, like the one that greeted me for this re-visit. It was a balmy, hot afternoon at Port Eynon, with a fused horizon, due to the heat haze. This created an other-worldly atmosphere, dream-like in the warmth, accompanied by the rhythm of the waves. There’s a fine seven mile walk along the coast from here to Rhossili. Highly recommended, a special place. Here is a fine aerial view of the beach and their cottages, kindly provided by Supporter Croft Acre Holiday Cottages:
A special place for Dai and Tina.
Another warm afternoon at Port Eynon on Gower.
One of the Gower Peninsula’s most popular beaches, Port Eynon features safe swimming and is a magnet for watersports enthusiasts. As well as boats, wind surfing and kite surfing is enjoyed on this beach. There are campsites and accommodation within a mile of the beach, which is backed by dunes and shrubs. There’s a fun family feel to Port Eynon, which features a stunning landscape and idyllic nearby village, in short all that most visitors will require. You can keep up with Port Eynon live, via Croft Acre Holiday Cottages’ webcam, here.
The pull of the sea for William.
Early morning on the beach at Port Eynon.