A vast expanse of bay, at low tide it's possible to walk all the way from Worm's Head to Burry Holmes, Llangennith
The Old Rectory on the right was rebuilt in 1856. It's now owned by the National Trust.
If you walk along the beach you'll come across the wreck of the Helvetia which foundered on the sands in 1887.
Rhossili Bay was a favourite haunt of smugglers.
Rhossili has numerous spooky tales, including ghostly apparations appearing to Old Rectory visitors.
Taken from the Rhossili Tearooms after a nice cup of coffee
Taken from the balcony of the Worms Head Hotel. This is probably my favourite photo of Rhossili
In the bottom half of the photo you can just see the remains of the Helvetia shipwreck.