Mewslade Bay (Green Coast Award 2016)

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City and County of Swansea

Mewslade Bay (Green Coast Award 2016)

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The walk to Mewslade is through beautiful woodland owned by The National Trust, which can be accessed from the village of Pitton. Steep coastal paths lead round to other exciting beaches to explore. An expanse of sand is uncovered at low time and the Bay is popular for swimming and surfing.

Always check the weather and local conditions before going in the sea, as some Gower beaches experience strong tides or currents.

Further Information
The aim of the Green Coast Award is:
‘To acknowledge those beaches which meet Guideline water quality and are prized for their natural, unspoiled environment’.

The award is a symbol of environmental excellence, established to acknowledge, promote and protect the environment of rural beaches in Wales. It also places a strong emphasis on community and environmental activities.


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