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Itineraries and information

You may choose from a number of options either separately, or as a whole package to suit your interests

Discover Archaeology - one or two days - see below for itineraries

Or click here for pamphlet and booking from - word doc

Sacred Celtic Power places - earth energies workshops - 2 days plus

Earth energies Art workshops - 2 days

Sacred sites workshops pamphlet and booking form word doc

Dryad Bushcraft Prehistoric Gower Experience

What to bring

Gower is bordered by the Bristol Channel, the second highest tidal rise and fall in the world, and the Celtic and Irish Sea with the Atlantic beyond. The Gulf Stream passes nearby, thus producing warm sea currents.

While the climate is generally mild with Indian summers in September and October, the weather can be changeable especially as the Brecon Beacons mountain range is not too far distant.

It is therefore advisable to bring suitable clothing in the event of rain showers and the occasionally blustery wind, often experienced on the cliff tops and high places on Gower.

It is always advantageous to wear several layers of lighter clothing rather than one or two thicker items.

Comfortable walking shoes/boots or sandals ; beach walking involved

Rainproof light jacket

Head cover ; hat for sun as well as rain!

Sunglasses ; the sands and sea are quite bright in sunshine

Lightweight walking trousers or shorts

Cameras and binoculars (optional) if you wish to observe wildlife

Small day rucksack


Depending on tidal and weather conditions, the itineraries will vary, however a full and varied tour is always guaranteed.

Journey A

Parc Cwm (Giants grave) Neolithic Long chamber burial chamber; Parkmill

Penmaen top; Neolithic burial tomb and ring and ring work castle site, with views over to 13th ruins of Pennard castle (Three cliffs Bay)

Oxwich castle; Fortified Manor house

Bulwark; Iron Age Hill fort Llanmadoc hill; magnificent views over Gower

Weobley castle Fortified manor house

King Arthur's tone; Cefn Bryn Megalithic monument and barrows

Journey B

Burry Holmes; extremely sacred site, consisting of Bronze and Iron Ages, 6th Celtic early church remains, and early medieval chapel. This is a small tidal island, thus times will vary according to high tides etc

Llangennith church ; Church of St Cenydd ; Patron Saint of Gower

Rhossili ; Iron age fort and views overlooking Worms head

The Salt house Port Eynon ; 17th century remains


For further information on the above sites go to the links menu and Journey Through Gower section

Go here for the information links page

Journey Through Gower

Archaeology and Sacred Power sites of the Gower Peninsula