Oxwich Point Walking Route
Oxwich Point is a beautiful walk that takes you around one of Gower's most picturesque and dramatic headlands, passing through lovely forest and across open cliffs, and includes a stretch of the Gower Coast Path.
Distance: The shorter walk is 3¼ miles (5Kms), the long trek via Oxwich Green is about 4½ Miles (7Kms)
Estimated Time: Nearly 2 to 4 Hours
Terrain: The woodland section of the walk is on uneven ground, prone to muddy, and has a very long flight of steps. No stiles on the shorter route, but three stiles are there on the longer route
Be Prepared: Wear suitable clothing and footwear for the requirements and season
Safety: Take care when observing the short section of the road; there are no pavements. The trail runs near cliffs and steep inclines.
Refreshments: The Oxwich Bay Hotel and the local village shop have a wide range of refreshments and meals
Public Toilets: Opposite the Hotel
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With approximately 400 miles of rights of way, Swansea Bay provides a variety of unique walking routes, ranging from simple family outings that take in many of the area's local churches and landmarks to more challenging treks that provide stunning views of the Gower Peninsula.