Limeslade, which lies just beyond Mumbles Head, is the perfect holiday location, within walking distance of pretty coves and fabulous beaches, as well as a host of leisure attractions for people of all ages.
The Limeslade area includes the coves of Bracelet Bay and Limeslade Bay which both offer a cornucopia of fascinating rock pools as well as some soft sand, with the beautiful beaches of Rotherslade Bay and Langland Bay just a five-minute drive or a brisk walk along a coastal path boasting fabulous views.
Bracelet Bay is flanked on one side by Mumbles Lighthouse, which has been keeping sailors safe since 1794, and on the other by Castellamare Italian Restaurant and Cafe/bar where its pizza dishes and pasta dishes have been enjoyed by families since 1998. Alongside sits a children's hilltop park with views across both bays.
Fortes ice cream parlour is one of the first pit stops before venturing onto the coastal path; enjoy an ice cream or capuccino whilst taking in the view across Limeslade Bay, or head the other way to Mumbles' landmark, the Big Apple, a quirky little snack kiosk shaped like a giant apple, and beyond, steps steer you down the cliff to Mumbles Pier for more seaside family fun complete with fish and chips at the recently opened Copperfish Restaurant.