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THE ULTIMATE TRAIL &
ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND

4 - 7TH JULY
GOWER
PENINSULA,
WALES

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FESTIVAL BACKDROP
GOWER PENINSULA

Just a short drive from  Swansea, the Gower Peninsula  in South Wales is home to some of the UK’s finest beaches, tidal islands, ancient woodland and stunning coastal paths.

Home to some of the very best sections of the Wales Coastal Path, the Gower was designated as the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB) back in 1956, and we’re glad to say it hasn’t changed much since!

The rich and varied environment is breath-taking (and we’re not just saying that!) – From wild moors and limestone cliffs to golden, sandy beaches. Gower is a geological goldmine of inspiring landscapes. From trail running, to surfing, coasteering, rock climbing, paragliding, sea kayaing, wild swimming – the Gower has it all in spades!

Our very own adventure playground for the weekend, you’ll head out to explore Gower on guided and self-guided adventures, starting and finishing at the festival site.

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TRAVEL

WEOBLEY CASTLE, WEST CASTLE FARM, LLANRHIDIAN, SWANSEA, SA3 1HB

TRAIN

CAR

BIKE

COACH

The closest train station to Love Trails is Swansea. From there, it’s a 27min drive to the festival site. You could take a taxi (£19-21 each way) from Swansea station to the Love Trails site. Please post in the Love Trails Facebook group and try to share cars where you can.  

Please note that to park at Love Trails Festival you’ll need to have purchased a car park ticket. These are for sale at the festival gate for £18.50 per car.

Approx. driving times

Swansea to Love Trails - 27 minutes
Bristol to Love Trails – 1 hour 40mins
West London to Love Trails – 3.5 hours

Traveling from the East / South

Follow the M4 motorway
At junction 47, take the A483/A48 exit to Swansea (W)/Abertawe (Gn)/Gorseinon
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A483
At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A484
At the roundabout after that, take the 1st exit onto Victoria Rd/B4296
Turn right onto B4295
Keep going past Pen-clawdd, Crofty and Oldwalls

You’ve made it! The Love Trails site is on the right hand side – follow the festival signage to either Castle or Estuary View

If you want to travel to Love Trails by bike (awesome!) then you’ll be pleased to hear we have free bike racks available. Please note that bikes are left on site at the owner’s risk. 

Please email us if you would like to use the bike rack! theo@lovetrailsfestival.co.uk

Coach tickets for 2019 have sold out.