With its long history and range of unique stalls and eateries, stocked with everything from traditional Welsh goods to chic contemporary finds, Swansea Market is an unmissable tourist destination in Swansea.
As Wales’ largest indoor market, it’s the perfect stop for large groups whatever the weather! Beneath the iconic glass dome roof, a highlight of Swansea’s skyline, awaits a melting pot of Swansea’s cultural character. Past and present merge together forming the vibrant, Swansea Market.
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5 Reasons to Visit Swansea
Swansea City Centre is a stone’s throw away from some of the best Blue Flag qualified beaches in the UK. With 32 miles of stunning coastline and over 50 named beaches and coves – there’s a beach for every week of the year!
Not only is Swansea surrounded by spectacular coastal vistas, there’s also 5 Green Flag winning parks and gardens right on the City Centre’s doorstep!
There’s 2 fantastic museums located in the City Centre. Wales’ oldest museum Swansea Museum, and its neighbour, Wales’ newest museum National Waterfront Museum.
Fabulous restaurants and a thriving evening and night-time economy has led to Swansea being accredited the prestigious Purple Flag, given to cities that have been recognised for their safe and diverse nightlife. Swansea is the only city in Wales to be awarded this accolade.
There are over 230 shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to discover in the bustling hub of Swansea, Wales’ Premier Waterfront City.