Brandy Cove is a small beach in the south Wales, on the Gower Peninsula. The name of the bay comes from stories of smugglers using it to unload illegal alcohol and tobacco. It can be accessed by a footpath from Bishopston or from Caswell Bay over some rocky cliffs, so wheelchairs can't be used. At low tide the sandy beach is revealed. Although is a remote beach, it still offers beautiful scenery. There is no lifeguard service provided, no parking area or toilets near by and it is not appropriate for any kind of watersports.