Limeslade is a small sheltered cove west of Mumbles Head and Bracelet Bay. At high water the beach is virtually non-existent, but as the tide falls it reveals a fascinating array of rock pools. The rocks here are very unusual with red and white veins running through them. It is a fantastic place for exploring the pools, watching the boats sail past, or from here you can walk around the All Wales Coast Path to Rotherslade and Langland Bay. It is a five minute walk away at Bracelet Bay.