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Caswell Bay beach is a sought-after spot with surfers and families alike. The bay has fantastic views and accessible amenities.

The beach holds both a Blue Flag and Seaside award and is accessible by wheelchair.

How to get there

Accessible via car and public transport (SA3 3BS).

The car park is approximately 100m from the wheelchair accessible beach and there are toilets, external showers and refreshments nearby.

Facilities

Car Park: Approximately 400m from the beach, run by Swansea Council, details and charges.

Toilets:  The car park is equipped with a modular Changing Places unit adjacent to the existing toilet block. Please note you will require a combination code to access the unit. Please ring Swansea Mobility Hire on 01792 461785 (Mon-Sat) to request the code before you travel.

Two floating beach wheelchairs are available for hire free of charge from Swansea Council, but prior booking is essential. Please contact Peter.Beynon@swansea.gov.uk or call 01792 635718.

Refreshments: Surfside cafe and kiosks selling toys and snacks.

Public transport: Yes, approx. 400m from the beach. The distance between stop and beach may include difficult or rough terrain.

Dogs: Seasonal dog ban from 1st May – 30th September.

Wheelchair access: Yes.

Lifeguards: Between May and September.

Caswell Bay is a voluntary no smoking beach.

Stay safe!

Great news, Caswell Bay is suitable for watersports and is very popular with surfers, SUPpers and Kayakers. A lifeguard watches over during the summer months but beware of the rip current.

Watch the RNLI safety video.