Llanmadoc Hill is a 186-metre-high hill at the northwestern corner of the Gower Peninsula west of Swansea in South Wales. The summit at the western end of the east–west aligned ridge is crowned by a trig point; at its eastern end are a series of complex earthworks known as The Bulwark. Numerous other prehistoric cairns adorn the hill's broad summit ridge.
The hill's position above the village of Llanmadoc within 2 km of Gower's northwest coast enables wide panoramas to be enjoyed over the western end of the peninsula and the surrounding Loughor estuary, Rhossili Bay and Carmarthen Bay.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Llanmadoc Hill is
# 2 out of 42 in Gower AONB # 14 out of 59 in Swansea
By prominence Llanmadoc Hill is
# 1 out of 42 in Gower AONB # 4 out of 59 in Swansea
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