There is a magnificent arc to this beach, which seems to frame the bay, particularly on an ebb tide. On this occasion, it was a balmy, hot afternoon, 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.
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 an idyllic nearby village, in short all that most visitors will require.
The pull of the sea for William.