Surrounded by limestone cliffs the bay is pebbly, with some sand. It is excellent for a picnic, and affords good views of Mumbles light-house. One should bathe with caution. Above the beach is a carpark, with restaurants and a bar; while to the west the bay is separated from Limeslade Bay by Tutt Hill, which carries a coastguard look-out station.
The name 'Bracelet' is thought to be a corruption of 'Broad Slade'.
- GowerUK.com - Bracelet Bay
- Gower Tourism website page with pictures of the bay
- The Gower Information Centre Website's entry on Bracelet Bay[permanent dead link]
- for Bracelet Bay
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