They say that Port Eynon was named after a Welsh prince of the eleventh century who had supposedly built a castle here. Port Eynon with its quaint Norman church and 600 year old font and the Gower peninsula are full of history and there are many legends of smugglers and seafarers’ tales to uncover.

Today Port Eynon is a bustling village filled with holidaymakers in the summer months and a quieter more subtle experience in the Autumn and Winter months.

Connections with the sea have always been part if its past and remain a centrepiece of todays village life. Home of a lifeboat for more than 100 years and now together with Horton providing the latest technology in fast response inshore rescue.