What To Do

Things to do…….. and with kids !

This page is not an attempt to list every tourist attraction, entertainment complex or historical site in the Gower and the Greater Swansea area. Here are just a few ideas, if you are parents or grandparents, and would welcome some ideas of what to do with the kids. That is, apart from the beaches !!

Much can be found at:www.baytrans.org.uk


                                                                  Easy Walks

King Arthur’s Stone and The Gower Way

Outdoor  Activities

Archery at Perriswood

Clyne Farm Adventure Centre

Gowerton Golf Range

Pembrey Country Park

Pony Trekking at Parkmill


Indoor Activities

Gower Heated Indoor Swimming Pool

Swansea Leisure Centres

Sea and Sailing

Boat Trips

Gower Coast Adventures.. Boat Trips

Sailing..Board Sailing Lessons


Dan yr Ogof Show Caves

Millennium Coastal Path


Wetlands Centre


Egyptian Centre

Gower Heritage Centre

Swansea Museum


Stouthall is a  Georgian mansion house in Reynoldston where you will find 16 acres of ancient woodland with activities which include tree climbing, archery, ships ladder, to name just a few.  There are also two giant event Tipis on the front lawn

Stouthall offers:-

  • Residential Activity trips
  • Adventure sessions
  • Kids Camp
  • Weddings
  • Parties
  • Afternoon tea
  • Team building
  • Conference facilities

Go to:  www.carregadventure.co.uk for further information


Pennard Golf Club –http://www.pennardgolfclub.com.

An 18 hole links course situated 200 feet on a cliff top with stunning views and only 7 miles from Reynoldston

Langland Golf club – http://www.langlandgolfclub.com

Clyne golf club – http://www.clynegolfclub.com/pages.php/index.html

Gower golf club – http://www.gowergolf.co.uk


King Arthur’s Stone…on Cefn Bryn. A massive stone, probably covering a tomb and erected by the New Stone Age people over 5,000 years ago. Lots of legends about the site. Great views. Lovely for picnics and walking. More information and a map is included in the leaflet Gower Way Southern Sector..Rhossili – Penmaen

Gower Way…is a linear route of some 35 miles traversing the old Lordship of Gower. The route has marked stones. The Gower Society has produced a series of leaflets describing each section of the Walk (map, history, fauna and flora). You can walk as much or as little of the Way as you wish! Leaflets available from Reynoldston Post Office.

Gower Coast Adventures…take a boat trip from Port Eynon to Worms Head or Mumbles to Three Cliffs Bay (12 berth). Ideal to explore the coast line and wild life, with very well qualified guides. Modern, fast  boat, with water jet propulsion. ‘ Our aim is to provide a breath-taking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast leaving unforgettable memories’ 


Parc Le Breos Riding Centre…pony trekking trips around Gower. Approved by B.H.S, WTRA and WTB.


.Perriswood Archery…just above Oxwich. ‘Grab a bow and have a go’. Suitable for the whole family (age 6 upwards) and for those with special needs or disabilities. Qualified instructors. Outdoor and indoor.


Pembrey Country Park…just past Llanelli. Super beach, parklands, adventure playground, ski and toboggan slopes, golf, walking, cycling.

Millennium Coastal Path… Starts at Loughor. Cycle, Historical and Wildlife Trails.

National Wetlands Centre…Between Loughor and Llanelli. Ducks, geese, swans, flamingoes. Bird watching and exhibitions.


Gower Heritage Centre…Parkmill. 12th century watermill; craft workshops; pottery and wood carver; puppet theatre; farming museum; fishpond and animal farm; adventure play area. Special events.


Egyptian Centre… based at the University. Largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in Wales. ‘Hands on’ activities. Look out for the mummified cat!

Gowerton Golf Range and Course…open to the public with no membership required. Families and beginners welcome. Course fishing facilities.


National Show Caves Centre for Wales…Dan-yr-Ogof. The most spectacular show cave complex in Northern Europe, plus Dinosaur Park, Iron Age Farm and Adventure Play Ground.


Plantasia…Swansea. Exotic plants from all over the world. Insects, fish, reptiles, monkeys and butterflies


Swansea Museum…The oldest museum in Wales, established in !841.



Gower Holiday Village Heated Swimming Pool… at Scurlage. Open to the general public.


Swansea Leisure Centres… at Morriston, Penlan, Cefn Hengoed and Gorseinon offer a wide range of activities for children.



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