Langland Bay Description:
Langland Bay is a sandy beach with rocks at either end. Fishing is onto a mixed sandy and rocky bottom. This bay is not as popular as others close by due to the presence of surfers.
Fish caught include smoothound, bass, mackerel, flatfish, whiting, codling, garfish, dogfish, wrasse, conger, bream, trigger fish, mullet, pollack, plaice.
Take the A4067 to Mumbles, then the B4593. Langland Bay is signposted from this road. A car park is situated at the western end of the beach,
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