THE National Trust has warned visitors to Three Cliffs Bay not to go swimming there. It follows the second tragedy in five weeks
Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs Bay is one of the most photographed areas of the Gower. The bay takes its name from the three sea cliffs that jut out into the bay and is made up of three Individual beaches, Pobbles Bay to the east of the Three Cliffs, and Tor Bay to the west. The beaches are separated at high tide but are accessible to each other at low tide on foot over the sands and at low tide Three Cliffs Bay forms a continuous sandy beach with Oxwich Bay beach to the west. They only exist as separate beaches at high tide.
In 2006 BBC Holidays at Home programme declared Three Cliffs Bay to be Britain's best beach. and recently the view over Three Cliffs Bay was nominated for "Britain's Best View".
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