Caswell Bay is situated on the Gower Peninsular, the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Caswell itself is a beautiful, ever changing bay with extensive tides giving a huge expanse of a beach at low tide. The beach is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months. At the main part of the bay, by the public car park there are a few beach shops and a cafe. There is also a bus stop if you fancy leaving the car and hopping on the bus to Mumbles or Swansea. Coast paths extend on the one side to Langland, Limeslade and Mumbles and on the other to Brandy Cove, Pwll Du and for a longer walk to Three Cliffs and Oxwich. For a drive out you should visit the amazing Worm's Head and Rhossili beach.
Mumbles is a bustling town with plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants. It is not just a holiday town that closes down out of season; Mumbles is open and thriving all year round.