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Mumbles Pier

The Mumbles Pier is an 835 feet long Victorian pier built in 1898. It is located at the south-western corner of Swansea Bay near the village of Mumbles

Oystermouth Castle

The Castle at night

The Beaches

Some of the best beaches in the country


Beaches Swansea Bay and Gower are blessed with many award-winning beaches such as Bracelet Bay(Blue Flag and Seaside Award), Caswell Bay (Blue Flag and Seaside Award), Langland Bay (Blue Flag and Seaside Award) and Limeslade Bay (Green Coast Award and Rurual Seaside Award).



Your holiday in Swansea, Mumbles and Gower can be filled with beaches, events, activities, great places to stay, walking, surfing, gardens and more for you to explore. This is the official tourist information website for this stunning area of South West Wales.



Accommodation Provision is of course a major facet of the centres work, and personal visitors will be advised on where to stay and can be booked in at the time of their request, both locally and nationwide.


gettinghere Express coaches run direct to Swansea from Central London; Gatwick & Heathrow Airports; West & South Yorkshire; the West Midlands; and Cardiff.

‘MUMBLES, a rather nice village, right on the edge of the sea’ ‘GOWER is a very beautiful peninsula, some miles from this blowsy town….as a matter of fact it is one of the loveliest sea-coast stretches in the whole of Britain’. Dylan Thomas

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