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Gowerton Club Campsite
Pont-y-Cob Road, Gowerton, Swansea, Swansea, SA4 3QP, WalesView on map
Why stay here ...
An easy drive to the beautiful Gower Peninsula, Gowerton Club Campsite is ideally placed to visit this 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. With beaches that are clean, sandy and safe for swimming and surfing, to stunning costal and country walks the Gower is a must for all walkers and water sports enthusiast. Family friendly Oxwich, Caswell Bays, and the fabulous Rhossili, (voted one of the best beaches in Europe) are worth particular mention on this beautiful coast. This site really is the Gateway to the Gower, the perfect location for exploring the peninsula and around Swansea Bay.
Although the immaculately kept Gowerton Club Campsite has its own treasures, you'll also find plenty to see inland. Use the caravan park as your starting point and head over to the Vale of Neath, to Aberdulais Falls, and see how the waters have powered numerous industries over three hundred years. Then on to Craig Gwladys where you can walk the forest trails and climb the steep ascent with the hangliders soaring above you. On again to Pont Nedd Fechan, from where you can see nine major waterfalls on four rivers, then into the Brecon Beacons National Park. With national cycle paths close by bike riders will find the site an ideal place to stay with the nearby Millennium path a particular favourite.
Visitors to Gowerton Club Campsite can now access all the facilities at the Elba Playing fields through newly installed security gates, with football and rugby pitches, dog walks, skateboard and BMX ramps and safe access to Gowerton village and local shops.
Swansea is a short bus ride away with its famous indoor market, marina, National Waterfront Museum and shops and cafes. The local, motor home friendly, Swansea Park and Ride is also close by. Cardiff with all its tourist attractions, shopping and restaurants is easily accessible from the local train station which is a 20 minute walk from the site. The train journey to central Cardiff takes just over an hour, so treat yourselves to a day out in the Welsh capital.
There are plenty of quality, good value places to eat in the area. Whether it's water sports or walking, lazing on the beach or sightseeing Club Campsite has it all.
Great savings on days out
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Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach. There is no access from Loughor due to width restriction on bridge. Leave the M4 at junction 47. At the roundabout turn onto the A483 dual carriageway (signposted Swansea). Within 2 miles at roundabout turn right onto A484 signposted Llanelli (or turn left and follow alternative route avoiding low bridge). In about 1.5 miles at next roundabout continue on A484; within 0.75 mile at next roundabout turn left onto B4296 (signposted Gower, Gowerton). In 0.5 mile (100 yards after passing under railway bridge - 3.3 metres height restriction) turn right at traffic lights. In 0.5 mile turn right at traffic lights into Pont-y-Cob Road. The site is on the right in 0.25 miles.
- SA4 3QP
- Lat 51.65345 / Lon -4.05376
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- Buses go to: Swansea
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- Nearest park and ride: Swansea
- Nearest train station: Gowerton
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- 01792 873050