Llangennith Burrows beach itself lies at the Western end of Rhossili Bay and is a sandy, sprawling beach backing onto sand dunes. Very popular with surfers.

Burry Holms becomes an island when the tide is in, but is accessible for approximately 2 hours either side of low tide. There are ruins of a medieval monastic settlement on the island and each year there are special religious ceremonies held there.

Facilities include:

  • nearest car parks at Hillend or Broughton
    (private fee charged)
  • toilets at campsites
  • places to eat & drink at campsites
  • phone at campsites
  • suitable for water sports

The footpath leads North East to Bluepool Corner.

The beach is a 10 to 15 minute walk from either car park.

Tour the Gower Coastline:
Go clockwise | Go anticlockwise

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