Stage length: 5.4 miles Time: around 3 hours Level of difficulty: Moderate
This section again follows the Wales Coast Path for much of the route. The time allows for a short visit to the tidal island of Burry Holms, which can be visited for around 2.5 hours before and after low tide, but seek advice if not walking as part of an organised group.
Starting point: Grid Reference SS438934 Postcode SA3 1DE
Map and Directions: Click HERE
Transport: For up-to-date information on relevant bus routes, visit https://swanseabaywithoutacar.co.uk/downloads-timetables/
Most of the Gower routes are operated by New Adventure Travel. Route 14 for Bishopston and Pennard is jointly operated by New Adventure Travel and First Cymru.
Parking: In Llanmadoc, as you approach St Madoc’s church, bear right, signposted Cwm Ivy. Whitford Beach car park is a short way on the right. In Llangennith there is limited side of the road parking outside the entrance to the churchyard.
Possible Refreshment Opportunity:
In Llanmadoc there are The Britannia Inn, the Community Shop and the Cwm Ivy Cafe (just down the hill from the church) and in Llangennith, The King’s Head
Churches: For information about St Madoc’s, Llanmadoc click HERE or about St Cenydd’s, Llangennith click HERE. The logo for the pilgrimage is based on the left hand stone shown in the detailed history of Llanmadoc Church.