Port Eynon Bay is one of the most popular bays on Gower. It is easily accessible, no long walks. The car park is situated about a minute from the beach. The bay and village is steeped in history, so take a minute to read the signs that are dotted about. There is always some beach, even at high tide.
N.B. The shops are only open during the summer season.
From Port Eynon Bay you can walk East to The Cove, Horton or West to Salthouse Mere.
- car park (pay and display)
- seasonal life guard
- disabled access
- places to eat & drink
- dog ban 1/5 to 30/9
- suitable for water sports
- European Blue Flag Award
- Seaside Award
Salt House Mere is just next to the Salt House in Port Eynon. It is a mainly pebbly cove with a bit of sand. When the tide is out, it is possible to walk onto Port Eynon Point, likened to a lunar landscape. It is not advisable to bathe off Port Eynon Point. The cove is pretty and quiet.
From here you can walk East to Port Eynon Bay or West, over the top of Port Eynon Point and down to Overton Mere and Culver Hole.
For further information and images of Gower beaches please visit thegower.com
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