Bracelet Bay is the first limestone bay after the vast expanse of Swansea Bay. It is a small rocky bay backed by a bank of pebbles, there are lots of rock pools to explore and the sand is exposed as the tide drops. You can swim here, be careful of the rocks, but more importantly there are strong rip currents between the two islands of Mumbles Head. There is a lifeguard on patrol during peak summer months. Parking is easy with a large carpark above the beach, with restaurants, bar and ice cream parlour below Tutt Hill where HM Coastguard lookout is stationed.
Castellmare Restaurant and Bar is situated at the end of the car park and offers ice cream, tea, coffee, pizza, pasta, meat and fish dishes. It has an excellent reputation for good food, with views over Bracelet Bay.
Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve
From the car park cross the road, you will see a gate and track leading up to the top of Mumbles Hill. Climb to the top for panoramic views over Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel as far as Devon.
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