Dylan Thomas Birthplace
Swansea is a beautiful city and county located in Southern Wales. If you’re exploring the Welsh regions on a trip around Britain then you should definitely drop by Swansea. To help you make the best of your time we’ve collected the most beautiful places one can find in Swansea to top off your itinerary and plan the perfect route through the region. Without further delay, here are the 10 most beautiful places one can and must see once they reach Swansea, this incredibly beautiful city in Wales. First we have Dylan Thomas’ Birthplace. This fascinating place would let you hop into a remarkable part of the Welsh history. Dylan Thomas has been considered a genius poet who wrote profound poetry as well as funny short stories that caught the admiration of many. This house where he was born had a great influence in his output and style. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Located near the Swansea Barrage, this marina has been awarded a Blue Flag status in 2005. Currently, this has been well developed and has a modern design. What you can see here includes servicing boats, a boat yard and some shops that sell different boating equipment. It also has cafes and restaurants for you to try. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This is a famous coastal holiday beach and is popular for its surfing zones. Its seafront has a lot of beautiful hotels for tourist to stay in and it also has a coastal path that leads the west to the east. The bay can be easily accessed by a public road and serviced by public transportation. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Penllergare Valley Woods
As part of a country park in Swansea, this woodland has a 12-kilometer path that has different themes depending on the ones you prefer. There are heritage stroll, a riverside walk, a wild woodland or lakeside strolls. There is also the picturesque Keeper’s Bridge and Collodion Bridge that allow you to cross the river. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This bay has magnificent landscape that displays beautiful sand dunes, woodlands and likewise salt marshes. Its beach covers an area of about 2.5 miles of sand and is a famous spot for swimming as well as other water sports such as parasailing, diving, wind surfing and water skiing. This is also easily accessible by pubic transportation. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This is also a beach that is located in South Wales and is popular among families for outdoor escapade. It is also easily accessible by public and private transport. The coastal path is also well maintained and facilities include shops and restaurants for visitors. Its lifeguard service is set up everyday of the week. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This botanical garden covers an entire area of 19 hectares of land and has more than two thousand varieties of plants and numerous rhododendrons for which this park is popular of. It is also the home of the American skunk cabbage. It also has a gazebo that allows you to view the ships that enter the Swansea Bay. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Three Cliffs Bay
As its name indicates, this bay got its name from the sea cliffs that stand out in the bay. The cliffs are made up of limestone that is about 20 meters in height. This beach has been a significant asset for the local residents as well as tourists. Dogs are also allowed in the beach. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This beach also has splendid sand dunes and will give you more of a wild feeling than any other beaches in Wales. The coast stretches Rhossili and then northwards. This is also known for surfing better than any other spots. Moreover, beginners would still love this place because its slopes are gentler. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This spot is the first ever in the United Kingdom to acquire the title as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has an area of 180 square kilometres and is popular for having a beautiful coastline, which surfers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts love the most. Its highest point is called The Beacon.