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Oxwich Bay is one of Gower’s most popular beaches and is hidden away on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. With two-and-a-half miles of golden sand, backed by sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland, it’s no wonder why! The beach at Oxwich Bay is a haven for water sports (including including, diving, sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing). Oxwich Watersports, at Oxwich Bay is a centre of excellence offering a full range of water sports activities.
Oxwich Bay is a short drive from Rhossili and Three Cliffs Bay. Oxwich Bay lies in the community of Penrice. Penrice is also home to the Tudor Oxwich Castle, in the wooded headland above Oxwich Bay. From the beach you can explore Penrice; there is a footpath which leads on to the woods and the 13th century St. Illtyd’s Church.
Finding Oxwich Bay
The Oxwich Bay postcode is SA3 1ND. There is a private car park reached from a steep lane off the A4118. Just follow the sign for ‘Oxwich Slade’ off the A4118 and down the lane you will come to the car park.
The post image is a capture made on a walk along the beach at Oxwich Bay in May this year. Even on a busy day, you can walk down the beach and find a quieter spot to enjoy the golden sand and calm waters.
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