Worms Head Rhossili
Rhossili Bay is accessed via steps from the small village of Rhossili. It is a fair way down, and unfortunately there is no access by wheelchair this way. The breathtaking views are definitely worth the walk. Catch it on a sunny day and don’t forget your camera! Or alternatively, take a stroll along the relatively flat route towards the Coastwatch Centre and enjoy views across the Bay and out towards Worm's Head.
Dogs are allowed all year round and tend to particularly enjoy frolicking in the wet sand at low tide.
The beach is also famous for several remarkable landmarks. When the tide goes out, the remains of the Helvetia, which shipwrecked here in 1887, can be seen on the beach. Low tide also makes it possible for adventurous beachgoers to reach the tidal island of Worms Head via a rock causeway.
Here, visitors will be treated to the sight of grey seals sunning themselves on the rocks.
Large Car park prices: £5 full day / £2.50 half day. Free to National Trust members.