Exploring our site and beyond


One of the most beautiful festival sites in the UK? Probably.

We’re confident that our site is one of the cleanest festival locations you’ll ever visit. On top of that, not many UK music festivals can say they’re hosted on land that’s been officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Well we can. 

Nestled into a hillside overlooking the sea, in the grounds of a 14-century castle, our site on the Gower Peninsula is surrounded by the best beaches, bays, rolling hills, valleys, forests, fields and marshes that Wales has to offer.

Every day’s a different adventure in the Gower Peninsula, Wales

Rich, diverse terrain

Enjoy dramatic cliffside views, marshland and fields, dotted along a limestone coast, with rewarding, single-track routes weaving through rock formations and sand dunes.

Stunning beaches

Make the most of golden sandy beaches, secluded bays, and fresh clear seawater, with Rhossili, Three Cliffs or Blue Pool Bay just on your doorstep.

Enchanting woodland

Discover the dappled shade and hugely diverse ecology of the area's forests, wooded valleys and open commons.


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How do I get to Love Trails Festival?

Love Trails Festival site is based on West Castle Farm, in the grounds of Weobley Castle, so that’s where you’re headed, whatever your method of transport.

Address: Weobley Castle, West Castle Farm, Llanrhidian, Swansea, Gower, Glamorgan, Wales, SA3 1HB

By Car or Campervan: Getting to the festival is simple by road, with the site, which is just outside of Swansea, serviced by the M4 and A465. If you’re driving to Love Trails Festival, please try and fill your seats to help lower your carbon footprint - you can also split the cost of fuel and help others looking for a lift.

By Train: Easily one of the best environmentally-friendly choices. Swansea Station is the closest large station, with Gowerton Station being the closest local station to the festival site. Check out our travel FAQs for more information.

By Coach: Transfer Don’t fancy the drive or want to be kinder to the planet? Book a return coach transfer to and from London, Bristol or Cardiff. Book your coach transfer here, or read more in our FAQs.

By Plane: If you need to fly, then the closest airports are Cardiff Airport or Bristol Airport. Overseas flights are more regular to London Airports, so check your route on SkyScanner and choose the best option for you.

So what exactly does a day at Love Trails Festival look like?

Spend a summer morning vaulting stiles as you wind your way through lush green fields and village lanes, under forest canopies and between wooded valleys on epic, single-track trails. 

In the afternoon, traverse golden, sandy beaches. Feel the fresh sea breeze in your hair as you climb rolling hills, bordered by secluded bays and dramatic cliffside views. Then take the plunge and dive into the refreshing coastal waters for a surf, sea kayak or paddleboard adventure.

If you’re more of an adrenaline junkie, you might want to consider scaling one of the dramatic cliffsides with a rock climbing crew. Of course, you could always throw yourself off one instead, either with a paragliding instructor or by diving into the waves with a group of fearless coasteerers.

Finish up by winding down in a wood-fired hot tub in the grounds of a 14th-century castle, watching the sun set over the estuary.

When the stars come up, join a crew on one of our exhilarating night runs, retreat into the warmth and welcome of our charming onsite pub, or get your glad rags on and spend a long summer night dancing under a bright moonlit canopy.

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Highlights of the Gower Peninsula


Weobley Castle

Weobley Castle, set within the Love Trails Festival site, is a 14th-century fortified manor house on the Gower Peninsula, Wales. The castle overlooks Llanrhidian saltmarshes and the Loughor estuary.


Wales Coast Path

The Wales Coast Path is right next to the festival site, and it takes in the dramatic cliffs and coves, saltmarshes & beaches of the entire Gower Peninsula.


Rhossili Bay

Located on the southwestern tip of the Gower Peninsula, Rhossili Bay is made up of three miles of sandy shoreline. It's been voted amongst the best beaches in the world.


Three Cliffs Bay

Three Cliffs Bay (Bae y Tri Chlogwyn in Welsh) is a vast, beautiful sandy beach with cliffs & rock formations providing a spectacular backdrop. 


Blue Pool Bay

Blue Pool Bay is one of Gower's most charming bays. There are no roads or lanes leading to this beach and its location and very sheltered position at the base of U-shaped cliffs is such that only those who know about its existence, and are not afraid of a good walk, frequent the clean sands here.

Blue Pool Bay has been listed as one of "20 of Britain's best wild swimming spots" by The Telegraph.


Oxwich Bay

Oxwich beach, described in one travel magazine as “the most beautiful beach in Britain” is a vast stretch of golden sand.

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