Port Eynon (Welsh: Porth Einon) is located on the south west coast of the Gower Peninsula in South Wales. The village sits on the edge of Port Eynon Bay between Port-Eynon Point and Oxwich Point. It is a delightful little village with a proud history of seafaring men, indeed in the village churchyard there is a memorial sculpture to the three lifeboat crew who lost their lives at sea in 1916.
Port Eynon Beach: The beach offers the choice between a wide sandy bay or an interesting rocky headland. It is popular for swimming, rock-pooling, surfing, windsurfing, diving, and with a slipway to the beach, sailing. It is a safe beach for swimming, as long as you keep well away from the slipway where they also launch powerboats. There are boat trips available from Port Eynon beach for exploring the rugged Gower coastline.
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