Life in the Bay
The combination of city, coast and countryside creates a quality of life offer that makes people want to live and work in Swansea Bay. The Bay has a unique mix of urban, rural and waterfront living with a strong heritage, cultural, sporting and leisure offer. Located along the South West section of the Wales Coastal Path, Swansea Bay Includes:
Swansea, home to a Premier League football team and a Blue Flag marina, is Wales' Waterfront City. The Gower Peninsula the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with 32 miles of coastline and over fifty beaches and small coves
Carmarthenshire often referred to as the ‘Garden of Wales’, showcases some of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in Wales, ranging from breathtaking mountains, lush green landscapes and gardens, to secluded, ancient forests and the vast expanses of golden sandy beaches
Afan Valley and the Vale of Neath is perfect for walkers, cyclists and everyone else who enjoys the great outdoors. Boasting beautiful waterfalls and stunning mountains and valleys with some of the best adrenaline fuelled mountain bike trails in the country.