Port Eynon YHA

Port Eynon
Swansea
SA3 1NN

Port Eynon YHA

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Beach at Port Eynon
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Once a lifeboat station, YHA Port Eynon is in a beautiful position on the Gower with an award-winning beach on its doorstep. The beach has enough sand and rock pools to keep children entertained for hours. The bay is also extremely popular for all watersports and there is storage for surfboards, canoes and other bulky equipment at the hostel. With the Gower Coastal Path and cycle trails crossing this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and its 34 miles of heritage coast, YHA Port Eynon is an outdoor enthusiasts dream.

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The Youth Hostel Association was founded as part of the outdoors movement and has always been committed to protecting the countryside and environment, particularly by encouraging the sustainable use of the countryside, Youth Hostels and their local communities. YHA's mission is 'To help all, especially young people of limited means, to a greater knowledge, love and care of the countryside, and appreciation of the cultural values of towns and cities, particularly by providing Youth Hostels or other accommodation for them in their travels, and thus to promote their health, recreation and education'.

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Beach at Port Eynon (photo taken by Jaydubyasee - www.flickr.com)

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