The large and very sandy Broughton Bay is accessible at its southern end from the lane that leads from Llangenith and at its northern end from the lane that leads to Llanmadoc. Both of these lanes end in caravan sites.
The strong tides, powerful waves and shifting sandbanks make it an unpopular and dangerous place for most watersports, although in calmer conditons windsurfing and kite-surfing is possible. The large expanse of sands makes for excellent kite-flying and buggying though. In big SW storms Broughton Bay can have some excellent waves at high tide, with an extremely long left hander breaking off the point into the bay.
Surf Conditions at Broughton Bay can be Excellent
Buggying Conditions at Broughton Bay can be Excellent
Windsurfing Conditions at Broughton Bay can be Good
Kitesurfing Conditions at Broughton Bay can be Good