Having always viewed the castle from Ferryside Beach, we recently enjoyed a family day out with a visit to Llansteffan Village, (park in the beach car park), there are toilets, and cafe facilities there. the castle is about 400m walk and some uphill, so be prepared. But it's FREE entry, and very interesting, amazing views over the estauary and Cararthen... 更多
Llansteffan Castle is built on a promontory above the village and has spectacular views over the Towy estuary and towards Worms Head on the Gower. The walk up from the village is well worth the effort. Although the castle is now ruined, the various buildings within the walls are still well defined as to layout. Entrance to the castle is... 更多
I've been to Llansteffan Castle many times, but am still in awe each time I go. The views from the castle are incredible and the short walk up there is lovely. For a free castle there are still quite a lot of ruins to see, but of course some imagination is needed. It's only a 15 minute walk from the... 更多
A visit to Llansreffan MUST include a walk up to the castle to see the well documented castle grounds and the spectacular views
The gf wanted a new years day walk so I decided to take her to Llansteffan beach and then a walk up to the castle . There is parking for around sixty cars by the beach so usually a enough places to park in the quiet months . Llansteffan beach is right at the start of term estuary into carmarthen... 更多
Not much to see except the fantastic views across the estuary, but worth the climb for that. Substantial ruins which dominate the village
Stand at the top of the castle, gaze out to sea and inhale pure sea air, rolling in over the North Atlantic. This castle is situated a short walk from the pretty Llansteffan village. The castle is free to enter and has placards that explain the history and purpose of various structures. The view from the castle out to sea... 更多
A beautiful and historic castle, with wonderful walks both on the beach and further along the coast (on the Wales Coast Path). Lots of exploring and rolling down grassy slopes opportunities for those who are young enough. Views over the estuary to Gower and also has a super traditional tea shop and chippy in season.