Rhossili Bay, Wales

Rhossili Bay, located on the Gower Peninsula in Wales, is a stunning and expansive beach known for its rugged cliffs, sweeping sands, and the iconic Worm's Head rock formation.

Scenic Beauty: The beach offers three miles of golden sands that extend beneath towering cliffs. The views of Worm's Head, a serpent-shaped rock formation, are a highlight, especially during low tide.

Recreational Activities: Rhossili Bay is popular for hiking along the Wales Coast Path, which leads to breathtaking viewpoints. The beach is ideal for surfing, swimming, and beach games. The nearby village of Rhossili offers pubs and cafes.

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