Gower business as usual. Three Cliffs Bay, April 2016.

I should have posted these pictures ages ago. It has been a busy spring, between work, selfie benches and unseasonable weather followed by a fantastic start to June, I haven’t been out and about like normal.  But don’t think Molly the french … Continue reading

Three Cliffs Bay, Mother’s Day 2016

With a disappointing start to spring and generally cold weather, it was nice to have a cracking dry day for Mothering Sunday. I hope you made the most of your Mother’s Day. We got out down Three Cliffs Bay on … Continue reading

Three Cliffs Bay Circular Walk from National Trust Car Park.

Three Cliffs Bay has to be at the top of any must see beach list. Possibly only topped in Gower by Rhossili Bay, which has once again been named as TripAdvisor best beach in Wales this month. Three Cliffs Bay is … Continue reading

Windy Three Cliffs Bay and Pobbles at Low Tide.

This June isn’t bringing summer to us just yet. Though better than last weekend, it is still cool and windy on Gower. Undeterred Molly and I set out for our usual loop of Three Cliffs Bay and Pobbles Bay. What … Continue reading

Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, DimExcuses Beach Guide.

Britain’s first area of outstanding natural beauty, and the most painted and photographed view in the UK are two claims to fame for one of Gower’s most dramatic beaches, Three Cliffs Bay. This is favorite beach to visit when walking … Continue reading

What SUP? Three Cliffs Bay, Surftember 2014

This Sept Surftember has been fantastic. It has been warm and sunny in a classic Indian Summer. Spectacular surf has been turning up with long periods and big gaps between the 2 to 3 foot sets. Combine that with unusually … Continue reading

Photographs of Three Cliffs and Pobbles Bay. November 2013

I saw some awesome photographs of Pobbles Bay with some epic surf rolling in last weekend.  They were put on twitter by photographer Carolyn Seager @seagerworld , who has a website here.  I know Pobbles well, I grew up in Pennard and considered it … Continue reading