In association with Visit Swansea Bay, we’ve picked out a host of adventures to be had on this enchanting section of Welsh coastline

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Swansea Bay is often thought of as an ultimate adventure location. Not only will visitors find the ‘classic’ adventure packed with adrenaline-fuelled fun, they’ll also discover a unique experience, full of culture, coastline, countryside, shopping, walks and local food that will leave them with lasting memories and a longing to return.


Craving a fresh culinary journey? How about trying cockles from Swansea Market, sweet saltmarsh lamb or home cooked comfort food in front of a roaring pub fire? There’s still a frost in the air, but soon it will be time for picnics on the beach and dishes of delicious local ice-cream. It’s an adventure for your taste buds! Find out more here.

Rekindle life’s adventures with your kids; shrug off everyday routine and get back in touch with your inner child with a Swansea Bay Adventure. Try surfing (indoors and out!), pony-trekking, or build sandcastles and run in the surf. Embrace the Easter break. Find out more here.

What’s your favourite watersport? Whether you’re a serious surfer or bodyboard beginner, Swansea Bay has got waves in all the right places. Alternatively, explore the extraordinary coastline by kayak or paddleboard. It’s got a whole team of adventurers ready to share their know-how (and their kit). Are you ready to make a splash? Find out more here.

The Gower Way is a must-do for your walking wish-list. Starting at Swansea’s highest point with fabulous views over rural countryside, it winds its way through Gower to the iconic Rhossili Bay and Worm’s Head. More of a slow stroller? The Gower Coast Path has some laid back sections too (many with the promise of a cappuccino at the end!). Find out more here.

Whatever makes up your vision of the perfect getaway, you’ll find it in Swansea Bay.

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