Welcome to Swansea Pages

What to do, Where to stay, Where to go in Swansea

Swansea and Gower Attractions

A set of pages of attractions in and around Swansea and the Gower Peninsula – the Grand Theatre, Castles, Museums, Gardens

Swansea and Gower Beaches

Beaches in Swansea Bay and The Gower – There are many of them and we haven’t listed all of them yet but it is a start! Find out where they are, what facilities they have and what you can do where!

Swansea and Gower Activities

There is plenty to do in Swansea and the Gower. Watersports (Outdoor and Indoor), Walking,Cycling, Riding … this is only the start, we can assure you that you are not going to get bored!!!

Welcome to Swansea Pages – the internet resource about Swansea and surrounding areas. Swansea and the sea are inseparable and the city’s maritime history and seafaring tradition that are celebrated today in the shape of the Maritime Quarter and the Marina. Swansea was granted city status in 1969 with the investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and is a thriving regional capital, a university city and a centre for shopping, recreation and leisure.


The Gower – Remarkable in many respects, designated Britain’s first area of outstanding natural beauty in 1956, the Peninsula is approximately fourteen miles from East to West.

Here you can explore a great diversity of landscapes, cliffs towering above golden beaches and rocky coves, and spectacular views over the Welsh coast line.

  • Swansea is the second largest city in Wales.
  • Swansea is the only city in Wales with a premiership football team.
  • Swansea once was the world center for copper production.
  • Swansea is the birthplace of poet Dylan Thomas and actress Cathrine Zeta Jones.
  • Swansea is the home of Bonnie Tyler.
  • Swansea was home to the world renowned opera singer Adelina Patty.