Things to see and do - Swansea
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Swansea Travel guide
Swansea : Michelin's recommendations
Swansea is a bustling southwest Wales urban hub and the country's second city after Cardiff, as well as a commercial and pleasure port. Three centuries of industrial activity in the lower Swansea Valley created one of Britain's most spectacularly derelict landscapes. Since the late 1960s, a painstaking regeneration programme has resulted in the creation of parks, small business units, shopping centres and other retail outlets, with few traces left of the area's industrial past.
Tourist attractions Swansea : Things to see and do
GB - Swansea SA1
Gower Peninsula features a chain of superb beaches and magnificent cliffs extending along the south coast for 22km. From The Mumbles in the east, you will go past the moorland of Cefn Bryn, offering a panorama which extends far beyond the Bristol Cha..
rd. Alexandra GB - Swansea SA1 5DZ
The Vivian family, one of the industrial boiler-making families, devoted a part of its fortune to the construction of the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. In the centre of Swansea, this museum has one of the finest collections of Welsh art.
Victoria Road GB - Swansea SA1 1SN
The southern part of the docks, which dates back to the late 19C, has been turned into a marina and new "town within a town", with modern apartments, parks and promenades along the docks. One of these stands the statue of Dylan Thomas, the ..
Somerset Place GB - Swansea SA1 1RR
In Swansea’s historic Maritime Quarter, Morgans Hotel provides luxurious rooms with free Wi-Fi, 5 minutes’ walk from the city centre. This grade II listed building also has a relaxed restaurant and a stylish bar. Equipped with a plasma TV, DVD playe..
The Waterfront Development, Langdon Road GB - Swansea SA1 8PL
Prix Prices from : 53 £
12-14 Whitewalls GB - Swansea SA1 3AB
Prix Prices from : 59 £
73-75 Eversley Rd, Sketty GB - Swansea SA2 9DE
Former haberdashery in a residential suburb; the name reflecting its tapered shape. Simple polished tables and unfussy, honest cooking. Concise menus feature homemade bread, home-grown veg and home-smoked meat. Chatty, friendly service.
Reynoldston GB - Llanrhidian SA3 1BS
Attractive Georgian country house with a lake and well-manicured gardens; take it all in from the red and gold dining room or from the terrace. Modern menus rely on seasonal Gower produce. Spacious bedrooms blend the traditional and the contemporary ..
Somerset Pl GB - Abertawe SA1 1RR
650 Mumbles Rd GB - The Mumbles SA3 4EA
It would be all too easy to walk past this simple bistro overlooking the bay - but you'd be missing out. Good value menus offer well-presented modern British dishes that are homemade and full of flavour. The BYO is only £1 a bottle!