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Pwlldu Bay meaning Black Pool in Welsh, is a small beach cove on the south side of the Gower Peninsula. It is one of the more remote beaches and is not easily accessible by car but there are three narrow footpaths leading down to the beach. Its approximately a 400m walk. Allow 20 -25 mins each way due to the uneven paths and brilliant views that will have you reaching for your camera. There is a nearby gully called Grave’s End marked by a circle of limestone rocks. A number of people from a shipwreck that was found on the bay were buried in this gully. The ship was the Caesar which was wrecked on the beach on 28 November 1760. Pwll Du Bay is suitable for watersports and dogs are allowed on the beach all year.
Swansea Bay is the largest city beach in Wales. Located adjacent to the marina and city centre at one end and the village of mumbles at the other, its very easy to get to. Its a large beach with some dunes, and golden sands. due to its size and the abundance of local beaches you will rarely find it busy. The expectation is the yearly National Airshow weekend held above the bay which attracts hundreds of thousands of spectators. There is a promenade and cycleway along its five miles. Being a City Beach there are numerous beach side cafes, toilets, play areas, a lido and sports facilities. The southern section of the Swansea Bay beach between Blackpill and Mumbles is designated Site of Special interest Swansea Bay is suitable for Watersports. There is a seasonal dog ban on some parts of the beach.