About Rotherslade Bay
Rotherslade Bay and Langland Bay join together about 2 hours after hightide. Rotherslade is a smaller and more intimate beach area than Langland. There is limited parking and access to the beach is via steps down to the beach from the Surfside cafe. The cafe over looks the bay and dogs are welcome here. If you are unable to find parking near to Rotherslade then you could consider the two large pay and display car parks at Langland. It is approximately a 10 minute walk along the main cliff path from the car parks at Langland to Rotherslade, or if the tide is low enough, then you can access Rotherslade via the beach. If there is a moderate to large swell running at high tide then you need to enter the water with caution, especially if you are not a strong swimmer, there can be currents and strong under tows.
Main Features include:
Rotherslade Bay has been awarded both Blue Flag and Seaside Awards.
There is no lifeguard is on hand at Rotherslade Bay.
There is no wheelchair access to the beach.
There are toilets nearby which include an accessible toilet.
Refreshments are available nearby (2 x Surfside cafes & the Langland Brasserie)
Public transport is available but it is some distance away (approx. 400m).
Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 1st May and 30th September.
The cliff path will take you West to Langland / Caswell or East to Bracelet Bay & Mumbles Head
Photography © Chris Gill Jones 2016