In line with government advice, Swansea Council is suspending many non-essential services to help the community fight coronavirus. This includes those places where public gather such as museums and galleries, and as a result Swansea Museum is temporarily closed.
Bracelet Bay beach
Beautiful Bracelet Bay beach is just around Mumbles' head. Its rocky shoreline is award winning, and it's great for ice cream.
A beautiful gallery in the village of Mumbles surrounded by boutiques and cafes - overlooking the curve of the Bay.
Swansea Parks and Gardens
Parks and green spaces are plentiful in Swansea, with over 52 areas to complement its coastline.
Penllergare Valley Woods
A 'forgotten' Victorian paradise with lakes, waterfalls, terraces, panoramic views and exotic trees is being brought back to life by Penllergare Trust
National Trust Rhosili
Perched high above the glorious Rhossili Bay, the National Trust car park and shop is a great place from which to explore the delights of the area.
Pobbles Bay beach
Pobbles Bay beach is a popular bay cornered by cliffs - take a walk to the top and soak up the seaside sights (great for adventurers!).
Broughton Bay beach
Broughton Bay beach sits at the north west of the Gower Peninsula. It's one of the more remote retreats.
Tor Bay beach
Sheltered and sandy, Tor Bay beach is accessed via a coastal clifftop path. Great for viewfinders, explore the headland of Great Tor.
Limeslade Bay beach
Limeslade Bay beach is a rugged and rocky retreat. A small, sheltered cove that's easy to get to.
Swansea Bay beach
Swansea Bay is Wales's Waterfront City beach, as well as being the name given to the wider destination too.
Adjacent to Oxwich Bay, Crawley beach is small, sandy and secluded. Access is via Crawley woods or the Penmaen footpath.
Mewslade Bay beach
Mewslade Bay beach is a snug spot at the bottom of a small valley. Enjoy sloping sea cliffs, unspoilt scenery and breathtaking views.
Oxwich Bay beach
Oxwich Bay is a large sandy stretch with lots on offer - sea, surf, dunes, salt marsh, shops - and it's easy to get to.
Dylan Thomas Centre
In line with government advice, Swansea Council is suspending many non-essential services to help the community fight coronavirus. This includes those places where public gather such as museums and galleries, and as a result The Dylan Thomas Exhibition is temporarily closed.
Port Eynon Bay beach
Port Eynon Bay is safe, sandy and award winning. It's also suitable for watersports - swap sand for sea and give one a try.
Swansea Prom, with its range of attractions and spectacular 5 mile stretch of Swansea Bay, is a great destination for visitors.
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery will close to the public from 4pm on Friday 4 December, following the latest efforts to help slow the spread of Coronavirus in Wales. The current restrictions will be revised on 17 December
Rhossili Bay beach
Rhossili Bay has 3 miles of gorgeous sand and coastline. Perfect for walkers, watersports and wonderful views!
Rotherslade Bay beach
Rotherslade Bay beach is nestled around the corner from Mumbles. It's a small and sandy stretch, that's easily accessible by road.
Brandy Cove beach
Brandy Cove beach is accessed via the cliff path at Caswell Bay. It's a secluded spot, but offers stunning scenery.
Pwll Du Bay beach
Pretty and pebbly, Pwll Du Bay beach sits at the bottom of a valley. It's one for the more adventurous, as access is limited to 3 footpaths.
National Waterfront Museum
During this unprecedented period, we will open for three days per week – every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday – until further notice. The Museum remains free to enter. However, all visitors entering the site will need to have booked a free ticket in advance.
Llangennith beach is situated on the western edge of the Gower Peninsula. Dog-friendly, family-friendly and great for watersports.
Three Cliffs Bay beach
Three Cliffs Bay beach offers a wilder experience. Picture a spectacular shoreline of sand dunes, salt marsh and limestone cliffs.
Langland Bay beach
Langland Bay is a family friendly beach with a coastal clifftop walk around to Caswell Bay.