The Gower Peninsula, Wales, designated in 1956 as the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and famed for its relaxed culture and warm welcome, is a fantastic venue for campers and caravanners anyway with its rugged scenery, award-winningly clean sandy beaches and blue skies. Throw in the fact that along the 19 mile Gower Peninsula surf pounds, waves barrel and every drop of swell holds promise and you have a camping surfer’s and a surfing camper’s paradise. For surfing holidays in Wales, look no further.
Whether you long board, kite surf (this region offers some of the best kitesurfing in Wales) or stand up paddle board (SUP), be it at Langland Bay, Hunts Bay or Caswell Bay, there will always be somewhere on the Gower Penisula worth a session. Contact our friends at the Llangennith Surf School (www.llangennithsurfschool.com; tel: 07855 420 062) for surfing tuition and training and other advice on how and where to kick back!
The area is famous for surfing – it’s in the blood – and no wonder as the scope of beaches, points and reefs make this an area of real quality. And you don’t have to already be an expert – Caswell Bay and Llangennith are famed as two of the best places to learn to surf in the UK. Visit our friends at Llangennith Surf School who provide expert surf tuition to beginners and to those who want to hone their skills further.
On this page we have identified Gower Peninsula campsites and touring gounds which will place you within a fin’s length of all that the Gower has to offer. Choose one of these Gower campsites to meet the needs of you and your group or family, whether you are using a tent, caravan, motorhome or camper as your surfing base, and use our venue search to locate the attractions and facilities or just places to hang out within the location of each individual site.
Within 3.5 hours driving time from London, you can be there in time to catch the Friday evening sets. Get yourself down there!