Swansea, Wales’ Waterfront City is situated on the edge of the five mile sweep of Swansea Bay.
The City of Swansea, Mumbles and the Glorious Gower Peninsula
It is the birth place of famous poet and writer Dylan Thomas and his life and work are celebrated in the Dylan Thomas Centre and in an annual festival. The City boasts a number of attractions in close proximity to the port. From history and heritage to gorgeous gardens – and some of the most breath-taking bays and beaches in the UK.
The Victorian seaside village of Mumbles is at the western edge of Swansea Bay. Here you’ll find a unique selection of boutiques, craft shops, galleries and famous Welsh/Italian ice cream parlours, as well as a medieval castle and Mumbles Pier; a popular attraction for over 100 years!
The Gower Peninsula is the perfect combination of coast and countryside. It was the first in the UK to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The south coast of the Peninsula is made up of long sandy beaches, bays and coves, whilst the north coast consists of sand dunes and salt marsh. The mainland of the Peninsula is scenic countryside and from one of the highest points on Gower, Cefn Bryn, you get the most spectacular 360° views.
We can help you put together a selection of full or half day itineraries and can offer advice on timings and routes. Your guests are sure to have a memorable time at Wales’ Waterfront City.