Pennard Burrows is where it gets really exciting. A wooded valley with a fresh water river (Pennard Pill) meandering through a vast open space surrounded by sand dunes and limestone features before flowing into the sea at Three Cliffs Bay. Great!

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I love this place. The prominent ruin of Pennard Castle sits at the top of the hill and can be explored, especially if you have parked in Pennard and walk past it on your way down.
N.B. The stepping stones are only accessible either side of low tide.

Footpaths run South from Parkmill, East from Pennard and Pobbles and West to Tor Bay. Three Cliff stands to the South.

Tour the Gower Coastline:
Go clockwise | Go anticlockwise

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