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It’s the 1st of May, spring has well and truly sprung, spirits are slowly lifting whilst we return to the ‘new normal’ and now we can meet up with more people; it’s the perfect opportunity to meet with friends and loved ones for a glorious walk and make the most of May being ‘National Walking Month’.

Whatever you age, ability, fitness level or purpose there are lots of stunning walks for you to Enjoy! Be it walking through our parks and gardens, woodland, around the coastline or farmland, walking is one of the best ways to discover the beauty of Swansea Bay.

Whether you’d prefer the level promenades and parkland for a gentle stroll or a more strenuous hike over beaches, moorland and through ancient woods, we really are spoilt for choice with all the beautiful scenery Swansea has to offer.

Read on for some inspiration, and let us know where you will be walking this May…

Countryside walks

If you are looking to walk in the countryside there are many walks on or around the coast, where the routes highlight the best of our county’s countryside. Check out our amazing walking routes, and there are guides that you can also download or print and take with you.

Walking routes

Urban walks

Perhaps the countryside is not for you, it’s not as accessible or you simply want to discover a new area. Our Swansea – Urban walks are a great place to start. From a short walk around Fendrod Lake or Penclawdd to Clyne Gardens and Singleton Park.

Urban Walks

Gower Coast Path

The Gower Coast Path in parts is now more accessible than before for pushchairs and wheelchairs due to recent upgrades, meaning that more of us can enjoy the beautiful coastline, from golden beaches and dramatic cliffs to saltmarsh and sand dunes. Home to 400 miles worth of rights of way, the choices are endless.

Gower Coast Path

Which route will you to chooseCould it be Penmaen to Three Cliffs Bay, Rhosilli to Mewslade Bay or maybe Langland to Caswell. Check out the routes!