Swansea is Wales’ premier waterfront city and is set on the five-mile sweep of Swansea Bay in the heart of South Wales. Swansea was granted city status by Royal Charter in 1969 and has a population of approximately 238,700 (2013). Sitting at sea level with a total area of 237km2 Swansea covers almost 2% of the total area of Wales.

The city of Swansea has a diverse range of activities; 2 cinemas, a municipal golf course, 2 national museums, food fairs, bowling and swimming to name a few. Not forgetting the beautiful Gower Peninsula with its’ lovely coastline, castles, award winning beaches, gardens and walks.

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Sport Swansea is part of Swansea University which has two locations along the Swansea Waterfront, the Sports Village located by Singleton Park Campus and The Bay Gym located on Bay Campus. 



Travelling to Swansea?

Swansea is easily accessible via train, coach and car/taxi. (website links needed here)

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