Langland Bay sits just west of Mumbles Head on The Gower Peninsula and is the most easterly of the regional beaches. The beach is shingled on the upper reaches, but reveals acres of golden sand at low tide. Langland Bay is family friendly, with all the facilities that most visitors require close by. It holds a Blue Flag and Seaside Award, as well as attracting surfers with a variety of breaks. The beach huts lend a picturesque twist to the scene and the attractive coast path leads both ways from here, east to Caswell Bay and west to Limeslade.
Les’ succinct eulogy to the beach.
An expansive autumnal scene on the beach at Langland Bay.