Camping on Gower


A - Hillend Campsite (Llangennith). 
B - Pitton Cross (Rhossili). 
C - Carregwlyd Campsite (Port Eynon). 
D - Greenways Leisure Park (Oxwich) 
E - Nicholaston Farm
(Nr Three Cliffs / Tor Bay).
F-Three Cliffs Bay (Three Cliffs Bay) 
G - Gowerton
H Riverside .

Hillend Campsite, Llangennith

 Llangennith Beach Photography  ©  Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Llangennith Beach
Photography © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

The Gower peninsula, Britain's first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, extends 20km westwards from the city of Swansea. The peninsula is an ageless delight, with its attractive landscape of cosy villages, farms, castle ruins and common land, bounded by 40km of awesome coastline and world renowned beaches. Situated on the western edge of the peninsular, you will find the most breathtaking of all Gower's beaches, Rhossili Bay. From Worms Head in the south, to the tidal islet of Burry Holme to the north, the three mile sweep of golden sands is a constant reminder of the splendour of Gower. It is here, at the foot of Rhossili Down, 200m from the beach, embraced by farm and moor land and an extensive sand dune system, that you will find Hillend.

 Mewslade Beach Photography  ©  Chris Gill Jones 2016

Mewslade Beach
Photography © Chris Gill Jones 2016

Pitton Cross Campsite, near Rhossili

Pitton Cross Caravan and Camping is a family run touring park on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, and is approximately 16 miles from Swansea and being the only caravan and camping park near Rhossili and Worms Head. Catering for touring caravans, tents and motor homes All pitches are on level ground, well spaced around the field edges, and sited through out 6 paddocks.

There are  both 'family only' and 'dog free' areas and several hard standing for motor homes.


Carreglwyd Campsite, Port Eynon

 Port Eynon Beach Photography  ©  Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Port Eynon Beach
Photography © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Carreglwyd is a busy, beach-side Park on the South Gower Coast, overlooking the picturesque village and Bay of Port Eynon. The
fifteen acre site is surrounded by steep cliffs to one side and magnificent coastline on the other, and accommodates caravans, motorhomes and tents of all sizes in five well-drained and
maintained fields.

The 300 pitches are non-marked or specified, enabling visitors to choose their own spot in relation to the facilities and the beach.
Two modern sanitary blocks serve the Park which comprise of toilets, showers, laundry and dish-washing areas. All daily needs are catered for at the on-site shop; groceries, camping accessories, hardware, beach goods and off-licence as well as gas bottles and appliances. Direct access to the beach makes this the perfect location for families, particularly those with young children

Greenways Leisure, near Oxwich

 Oxwich Bay Photography  ©  Chris Gill Jones 2016

Oxwich Bay
Photography © Chris Gill Jones 2016

The camping area at Greenways Leisure Park consists of four fields and offers ample space for campers to pitch up throughout the camping season, which runs from Easter or the 1st April each year to the end of September each year. Most of the camping area has Easterly views directly down to the beach, across to Three Cliffs Bay over the marshlands or across the valley over to Cefn Bryn & the village of Reynoldston. Indeed you can see the seas right around the point to the South West and even right across the Bristol Channel to the Devon coast and Illfracombe.

There is a completely refurbished camping facility block project in readiness for the 2010 camping season. The new facility block has all new showers WCs and wash hand basins, heated by 2 new high efficiency Rinnai Infinity (heavy duty) water heaters. There is to be a sluice facility, an ironing and laundry area and an area for dishwashing. The new block will cater for the mobility impaired with wheelchair access. The whole project is aimed at being family friendly. For those of you who need to access your emails and such whilst away from home, we are also working together with an excellent telecoms company in order to supply wireless internet access across the park by creating a WiFi hotspot at Greenways.

Beynon's Nicholaston Campsite

 Tor Bay - Click on button for more information Photography  ©  Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Tor Bay - Click on button for more information
Photography © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Nicholaston Farm & Caravan Site is situated in a gradually sloping meadow facing southwards and overlooking Tor Bay and the beautiful coastal regions stretching westwards in to the Bristol Channel. The farm has Pick-Your-Own fruit, together with a farm shop restocking daily with fresh produce. The on-site facilities include toilets, showers, washrooms for both clothes and dishes, fridges and deep freezers and electricity hookups. Nicholaston Farm is a working family farm that has accommodated visitors from 1920. There are three inns within easy reach of the site (one by a walk along the beach), all of which serve excellent bar and restaurant meals. Also nearby is the Gower Heritage Centre and Archery and other local attractions

Three Cliffs Campsite

 Views from Three Cliffs Campsite Photography  ©  Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Views from Three Cliffs Campsite
Photography © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Named as the “Number one view from a campsite in the World” by The Independant in 2006. This campsite  is situated overlooking Three Cliffs Bay with a public footpath leading down to the beach. The public footpath will take about 10 minutes descending to enjoy the beautiful golden sands. There are also some 52 acres of cliff-land which is ideal to exercise dogs. Families and couples are welcome, and can enjoy a warm friendly atmosphere with many visitors returning year after year. Beyond Three Cliffs Bay, you have Tor Bay and Crawley Woods, also, Oxwich Bay whose sandy beach is always popular with young families.