Foxhole Bay is a small and secluded stretch of sandy beach at the base of Pennard Cliffs. A steep but perfectly navigable footpath leads down to the bay, which can often be otherwise deserted even on the hottest of summer afternoons. Whilst the beach has no facilities, there is a shop and small cafe at the top of the cliffs in which to refresh yourself after the long climb back up to the car park/bus stop.
Fox Hole Bay has become infamous lately for its rapidly depleting sand, which is believed by many to be the result of the continued heavy sand dredging taking place off the Gower coast. The beach only exists at low tidal conditions.