The Gower Peninsula is both beautiful and unspoilt and was one of the first places designated "An Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty" under the Act of 1949.
This rugged little peninsula measures just sixteen miles long by seven miles wide and blessed with some of the most spectacular beaches in Wales. There are a range of historic features including two castles and King Arthur's Stone and many quaint pubs and villages along the way.
For full details of the villages, beaches, restaurants, activities and reserves in the Gower please visit www.enjoygower.com
This site features virtual tours, panoramic photos and video clips and was especially designed to help you enjoy the area.