Worms Head

The most westerly point of Gower is Worms Head, or Penrhyn-Gwyr. This name is derived from the Viking or Old English 'wurm', meaning dragon or serpent and if viewed from the right angle (and if the imagination is stretched a little) the narrow strip of land can be seen to resemble a dragon.

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