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Gower Villages Information

Gower has many picturesque and beautiful villages, each with its own defining character, history and amenities.

The following links take you to pages with lots of information on the various Gower villages, including the amenities, businesses, things to do and see, and what is not to be missed in each location. We hope you find it useful - They are ordered very roughly by driving time from Parc-Le-Breos B&B.

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Not a tourist stop, but a good local shopping centre with an assortment of shops, petrol station, doctors surgery and chemist.

A good local shopping centre with supermarkets, cafes, restaurants and take-aways, pubs, bakery, banks, and Post Office.

A great tourist stop off - Cafes, pub, water sports, beach parking, and boat launch.

Not a tourist village but has good amenities including pub, fish and chip shop, cafe, doctors surgery, and chemist.

Pictureque village with cafes, pub, restaurant. Great walking from here out to Whiteford Point.

A "don't miss" location during your stay. Good cafes, pub and car parking for Worms Head.

Picturesque village centred on a great local pub. Now the surfing capital of this part of the world and home to PJ's surf shop and board hire. Cafes and access to Llangennith beach.

A good local shopping centre. Large supermarket, pubs, fish and chips, Indian, Chinese, Post Office, good local butchers. 

Lovely seaside village. Great fish and chips,pub, and cafes.

Pictureque village with a good restaurant and parking for the quieter end of Port Eynon Bay and walks to Oxwich Point.

Picturesque village with good food pubs, fine restaurant, petrol station and shop.

Picturesque village on the edge of Cefn Bryn. Excellent food pub, Post Office, and shop.

A "must visit" during your stay. Seaside village with Victorian pier, large shopping centre, banks and a plethora of smaller shops. Great restaurant scene and nightlife.

Not a particularly touristy village but with good food pubs, shops, chemist and petrol station.

Lovely village with good pub & shops, including general store, Post Office, surf shop, hairdressers, and bakery.

A great place to start south coast walks. Excellent cafe, local shop, and large car park.

Not a tourist stop, but handy for doctors surgery, chemist, and Spar shop.

A picturesque but quiet village. Car parking for the walk to Three Cliffs Bay.

A busy tourist stop. Shop, Heritage Centre, tea rooms & pub.