Langland Bay is very popular with families and surfers alike as it is largely unspoilt and has easy access from the promenade.

Facilities include:

  • car park (pay and display)
  • toilets
  • seasonal life guard
  • disabled access
  • places to eat & drink
  • phone
  • seasonal dog ban 1/4 to 30/9
  • suitable for water sports
  • European Blue Flag Award
  • Seaside Award

Langland Bay is very popular with families and surfers alike as it is largely unspoilt and has easy access from the promenade.

Long rows of little beach huts that are hired privately from the Council each year line the front and are always in great demand.

Langland gets its name from “Long Land” which denotes the old field strip system used in parts of Gower.

Cliff walks to the east, on a paved path take you to Bracelet and Limeslade. The unmade path leading west, past the Langland Bay Golf Course leads to Caswell. Whichever direction you choose to go, you can be assured of some dramatic landscapes.

The path that runs along the coastline between Langland and Caswell is hardsurfaced, but very uneven in patches. Bicycles are not allowed to use the path.


Tour the Gower Coastline:
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