Port Eynon to Oxwich

The beach at Slade

Section length: 4.5 miles Time: around 2 hours Level of Difficulty: Moderate
This section follows the Wales Coast Path for most of the route. The walking is on fairly level ground until after Oxwich point, where there is a steep climb through the woods followed by a steep descent to Oxwich church.

Starting point: Grid Reference SS466853 Postcode SA3 1NN

There are public toilets at Port Eynon, Horton and Oxwich, and hotels, pubs and cafes in Port Eynon and Oxwich.

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: Port Eynon has a large beach car park at the bottom of the village. Oxwich also has a large beach car park.

Possible Refreshment Opportunity:
Port Eynon: The Ship Inn and The Smugglers Haunt
Oxwich: The Oxwich Bay Hotel and the Dunes Gift Shop

Churches: For information about St Cattwg’s, Port Eynon click HERE or about St Illtyd’s, Oxwich click HERE

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