Situated opposite Worms Head is Burry Holms, another explorable islet that families are sure to enjoy not just for the wildlife you can see, but also the stunning sea-views. Please be mindful of the tides though; you don’t want to get stranded!
Surrounding the islet are the rolling downs and dunes this part of Gower is known for, and children and adults alike can have hours of fun traipsing across the landscape. The location is rich in flora and fauna such as wild rabbits and other furry creatures, so keep an eye out!
A little further inland is the village of Llangennith with its 6th Century Church (named after St Cenydd), traditional pub (the Kings Head) and PJ's surf shop.
The Kings Head pub is dog-friendly and serves a wide range of foods and drinks and is part of a local brewery, so if real ale or traditional ciders are your thing, they have a great selection to choose from. It is also an excellent place for families and has a beautiful terrace that catches the evening sun, so sit back and relax as the sun warms your face after a long day walking and enjoying the local countryside.
Llangennith is also an ideal base from which to explore the northern reaches of Gower. To the right of Burry Holme is Broughton Sands, 3 miles of golden beach with the remains of Whiteford Lighthouse at it’s furthest most edge – a great walk and certainly one to work up an appetite for an evening in the Kings Head!
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