Rhossili Bay is a sandy beach with rocks at either end. The best known rock mark is Rhossili Ledges which are the northern end of the bay. Fishing is onto a bottom similar to the mark being fished.

Fish caught include smoothound, bass, mackerel, flatfish, whiting, codling, garfish, dogfish, wrasse, conger, bream, trigger fish, mullet, pollack, plaice.

Take the A4118 to Scurlage, where turn onto the B4247 and follow the signs to Rhossili. There is a large car park in the village.

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