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Cycling in Gower

Cycling on Gower is fun and a great way to get around. Some of the roads are a little on the narrow side so be careful and understandably there are one or two short sharp hills around particularly near to the coast!
Depending on exactly where you are, there are some obvious circular routes which will take you through Reynoldston, Burry Green, Llanridhian, Upper Killay and Parkmill. And you can obviously deviate from this and drop down to one of the many beaches on the Peninsular.
The Gower does (just) have a National Cycle Path. Path number 4 which goes all the way from London to Fishguard takes you along the sea front in Swansea and then inland through Upper Killay, Dunvant, Gowerton and leaves the Gower at Loughor before heading on to Llanelli.
For more adventurous (and serious) cyclists then the Black Mountains are in reach for a full days ride. The best and quietest route off the peninisula is probably up through Gowerton and towards Pontardullais - this avoids Swansea and the busy fast roads to and from the M4.


For more information about cycling on Gower or to ask any questions - please email Mark.

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