Explore The One Of The Prettiest Bays on Gowen Peninsula, Swansea- Mewslade Bay
Mewslade, the prettiest bay is easily accessible from Fall bay or Rhosilli bay. Down on the wooded path, tourists can walk to the valley that is owned by the National Trust. Sometimes, the way may get muddy in the winter. Tourists with a wheelchair cannot comfortably access this path. The best time to visit Mewslade is in low tides. Visitors can not enjoy any water activities during high tides. If you love to see, the sea waves encountering with limestones and mountains, then visit the Mewslade in high flows.
Mewslade is favorite among surfers. At the shallow tide, visitors enjoy the walk from Mewslade to Fall bay. To the east, the cliff path leads to Butterslade and the west it leads to Fall bay. Lots of small caves and high cliffs of limestones are there to explore. Some ambitious visitors would like to visit the famous Mewslade Quarry Cave. The cave is approximately 30 yards. The nearest parking area provides additional facilities such as cafes, toilets, ice-cream parlours and surf shop.
Car parking facilities (paid)
Awarded by Green Coast
Rhosilli is the nearest village
Dog-friendly (No seasonal Ban)
Things to do at Mewslade Bay:
Walking short distances