This North Gower based village has some nice trails along the marshland and Loughor estuary.
This circular walk from the village takes you west to visit Weobley Castle and Landimore.
The walk starts in the village and follows a section of the Wales Coast Path west to Weobley Castle. The castle dates back to the 14th century having been built by the de la Bere family around 1304. You can explore the dramatic ruins which are in a fine location overlooking the saltmarsh and wild estuary.
The route continues past Castle Wood to Landimore before following a country lane back to Leason. From here you continue east to return to the village.
PostcodeSA3 1EH - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
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Walks near Llanrhidian
- Llanmadoc - This walk from the village of Llanmadoc visits Cwm Ivy, Llanmadoc Hill and the neighbouring village of Cheriton
- Whiteford Sands - This beautiful nature reserve on the North Gower coast has lovely walking trails through woodland and sand dunes with nice coastal views.
- Millennium Coastal Park Llanelli - This fabulous country park in Carmarthenshire has miles of coastal cycling and walking paths to enjoy
- Rhossili Bay - A circular walk taking you along the beautiful Rhossili Bay before a climb to Rhossili Down for wonderful views along the Gower Coast.
The first section takes you along the Wales Coast Path from the Rhossili car park to Hillend
- Carmarthen - This short walk takes you around the county town of Carmarthenshire
- Llangennith - This Welsh village is located in a wonderful spot on the Gower Peninsula
- Cefn Bryn - This super walk in the Gower AONB takes you along an elevated sandstone ridge known as the 'backbone of Gower'
Back in the village head to the Welcome Inn for some post walk refreshment. The friendly pub serves good home cooked food and has a nice beer garden with a covered Marquee for colder evenings. You can find them on Mill Lane with a postcode of SA3 1EH for your sat navs.
The coastal paths make for a fine dog walk but only assistance dogs are allowed inside the castle. The Welcome Inn mentioned above is dog friendly.