About Swansea Beach

Swansea Bay stretches from Swansea Marina at the mouth of the River Tawe to Mumbles Head, a distance of some four or so miles. There is a promenade running along the edge of the bay, which is enjoyed by cyclists, runners and walkers for the dramatic views across the bay. 


Cafe 360 & Swansea Beach  © Copyright Chris Gill Jones 2016

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360 Beach and Watersports is a popular cafe and activity centre that is located opposite the St Helens Rugby and Cricket ground. This cafe and activity centre was born out of a vision to develop Swansea Bay as a centre of excellence for watersports. Developed by the City and County of Swansea at a cost of £1.4m, 360 is run by Bay Sports Limited, a not-for-profit company established in 50:50 partnership by Swansea University & Bay Leisure Limited.

Activities include: Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Kayaking, Beach Sport Instruction, Beach Court Hire (Volleyball) Table Tennis.


Kite Surfing at Swansea Bay


About halfway between Swansea and Mumbles, is Blackpill, with a café and paddling pools, which makes an ideal stop for some much needed refreshment on a hot summer's day. The bay is ideal for watersports of all kinds, with national sailing competitions held every year. The best sandy spots are towards the Swansea end of the bay.

Swansea Bay  © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)

Swansea Bay © Crown copyright 2017 (Visit Wales)