Things to do
Swansea, Birthplace of Dylan Thomas, Wales' second largest city is situated within walking distance of the 5 mile sweep of Swansea Bay. Swansea has the largest indoor market in Wales, where you can sample and buy many local delicacies such as cockles and laverbread.
It boasts an award winning marina and Maritime Quarter, home to the National Waterfront Museum of Wales and the revitalised Leisure Complex, LC2.
An iconic 142m long Sail Bridge featuring a vast 40 metre high mast links the Maritime Quarter with the new Swansea Waterfront SA1 development.
At the end of Swansea Bay is Mumbles, a Victorian seaside village full of character which is popular with students.
The Liberty Stadium, joint home of the Ospreys and the 'Swans' is a popular concert/event venue situated close to Morfa Retail Park.
Set off the King George V playing fields, Wales National Pool is an outstanding facility that is available to members of the public of all ages and abilities. The wales National Pool has a full range of classes plus health and fitness activities.
Located at the end of the popular Wind Street café and bar quarter, the 12 screen multiplex Vue Cinema offers stadium seating, world-class sound and projection equipment, making it feel like you're right in the middle of the action!
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