Rhossili amongst Britain's 20 Best Beaches, says The Telegraph
Planning to spend the summer close to home? Then pencil in at least one day-trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower
Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula
Joanna Symons, from The Telegraph, highlighted Rhossili Bay, Gower, as one of her favourite spots in Britain.
She says: "The Worm's Head promontory marks the beginning of this four-mile stretch of golden sand. Set at the western tip of the peninsula, it bears the full might of Atlantic swells, and is popular with surfers, walkers and paragliders."
Access to the beach is a moderate walk down the cliff path. Once on the beach, look out for the hull of the Helvetia, wrecked on the beach in 1887. There can be strong undertows when the surf is high.
Read the full article on The Telegraph's website.