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Best campsites for the Gower AONB

Here is our pick of the Alan Rogers Assessors, expert-recommended campsites for the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Gower Peninsula in south Wales is 19 miles long, featuring vast sandy beaches, delicate grasslands, deciduous woodland, salt marsh and shifting dunes. Such is its natural beauty and international importance that it was the first AONB created in 1956. To boot, it also has three National Nature Reserves, five Special Areas of Conservation and numerous Sites of Special Scientific Interest. It’s even designated as a Heritage Coast as well.

Man has been here since Neolithic times, and prehistoric Iron Age and Bronze Age traces are still evident at the western end of the peninsula. In fact, it is listed in the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales.

The attractive village of Oxwich has quaint thatched cottages, the Tudor Oxwich Castle and a beautiful bay with a nature reserve. Most visitors are keen to see Rhossili and the Worm’s Head, the subject of countless photos and Insta posts.

Top Gower AONB Camping Options

Gowerton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is ideally placed to visit this 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. With beaches that are clean, sandy and safe...

This site is in an ideal situation for beach lovers or those who simply want to enjoy a superb coastal view. A large courtyard with...

Pitton Cross is only a mile from Rhossili Village and its beach which, often voted “The Best Beach in the UK”, is great for surfing...

Set alongside a working organic farm, mainly arable during the summer months, this ten-acre campsite covers three level, well manicured fields. The 251 pitches, 7...