Rhossili The Essential
The approach to this little village at the southwestern corner of the peninsula does not prepare visitors for the breathtaking views which open up from the coastguard cottages housing the National Trust visitor centre. The cliffs fall dramatically to Rhossili Bay, where waves crash onto the 5km of sandy beaches. High above is Rhossili Down, while a 2km-long rocky ridge, called Worms Head, can be seen to the south. It is only accessible at low tide.