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Broughton Bay

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Broughton Bay

Broughton Bay (pronounced 'Bruffton') is a wide sandy bay at the far end of the Gower peninsula. It consists of clean, fine sand backed by dunes with caravan parks at both ends. To the north is Whiteford Sands, which can be reached along the shore at most stages of the tide, while to the south is a small sheltered cove. A car park is situated at Broughton Burrows (Grid Ref: SS416925), reached by taking the Broughton turning at the mini-roundabout in Llangennith. The car park is usually free, but a fee may be charged at peak times. From here you can walk to Broughton beach, Bluepool corner or Rhossili Bay. Dogs are allowed at all times.

Surf can be good here from low to mid tide especially when Llangennith gets too big. At low tide there are dangerous estuarial currents and there can be strong rips so it's not a beach for beginners. There are both left and right hand breaks.

Cove at the south end of Broughton BayCove at the south end of Broughton Bay
Cove at the south end of Broughton Bay
Cove at the south end of Broughton Bay
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