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Langland Cliffs

These cliffs stretch from the east of Langland Bay to Limeslade.

There are footpaths along the cliffs with pleasant views and interesting wildlife associated with the patches of calcareous grassland and heath. This area is adjacent to Mumbles Hill Local Nature Reserve.

Highlights

Look out for birds such as whitethroat, linnet and stonechat. The cliffs also provide suitable habitat for adder, slow worms and the common lizard, all of which are protected species.

Facilities

  • Café / restaurant at Langland Bay
  • Car parking (pay and display) at Langland Bay and Limeslade
  • Café at Limeslade

Designations

  • Site of Special Interest for Nature Conservation (SINC Langland Bay to Mumbles Head)

Access information

Grid Reference SS618870
OS Explorer Map 164 Gower

The cliffs are accessible by footpath from Langland, Thistleboon (Mumbles) and Limeslade.

Footpaths
There are footpaths along the cliffs between Langland and Limeslade.

Car
Parking at Langland Bay and Limeslade, both pay and display.

Buses
Nearest bus stops are at Limeslade or the top of Langland Road.

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