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Best things to do in Llangennith, Llanmadoc and Cheriton

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Very friendly local with cosy bar or fine dining next door in the restaurant. A convenient 100 metres away!”
8 locals recommend
“The Kings Head serves excellent food and beer. It is a great spot to stop and enjoy a sunny afternoon or an evening meal.”
3 locals recommend
“Learn to surf at one of the best surfing beach in wales, sandy breaks, huge sand dunes and awesome sunsets.”
3 locals recommend
“One of the Gower's most highly-rated restaurants. Hidden away on a narrow lane on the centre of the peninsular, it's a great place for a special lunch or dinner or afternoon tea.”
4 locals recommend
“A community run shop featured on TV. Home made cakes and local produce. Coffee shop.”
3 locals recommend
2 locals recommend
Board Shop
“There are plenty of surf shops in the area, selling boards, accessories and fashions. PJ's is the original, and certainly one of the best. Hire surf and paddle boards and book lessons...”
2 locals recommend
“This is actually the top end of Rhossili. Drive through Llangenith and follow road to Llangenith Camp Site. Popular for surfers and swimming. Clients have taken BBQs , day in dunes to watch the sunset.”
15 locals recommend
“In order to view the lighthouse from the Gower, the nicest walk from Llanmadoc through Cwm Ivy woods, onto Whiteford Sands, a lovely secluded beach on the quieter north side of the Gower. ”
2 locals recommend
1 local recommends
“This is a secluded and stunning beach. There is a small honesty car park where you can park up and follow the path past a lovely family run cafe and onto a scenic walk through a National Trust Woodland. The beach itself is stunning. This is also an unofficial nudist area so be careful where you step!”
1 local recommends
1 local recommends
“There is a new cafe very near this car park just before the entrance to the woodland. It's got lovely views over the woods and estuary and does tasty lunches, teas and cake. Very friendly service when we last visited too!”
1 local recommends