Gower is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in the midst of this lies Gower Holiday Village, an ideal base for your family holiday.
The wonderful landscape of Gower Peninsula was the first place in Britain to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The area has become a haven of some of the richest wildlife and varied habitats in the U.K.
Scattering the landscape are castles, medieval churches, iron age fortifications and prehistoric standing stones.
All this against an awe-inspiring natural backdrop of hills, valleys, beaches, cliff tops, woodlands, dunes, marshes and caves.
The beaches of Swansea Bay, Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula are some of Great Britain's most stunning coastline. Swansea itself is centred on the five-mile sweep of Swansea Bay, while less than 15 minutes from the City is Gower, home to around 50 unspoilt beaches, coves and bays.
Their variety is renowned – from the jaw-dropping vastness of Rhossili, to the tiny, secluded Pwll Du; the wild ponies and cockle-beds of Penclawdd, to the fantastic views across Three Cliffs Bay.
Gower Peninsula beaches are routinely awarded the coveted Blue Flag, Rural Seaside and Green Coast awards, recognising their quality, cleanliness and services.