At Bay Campus

Bay Campus is located on the beach, just behind the Conference Centre. It is a sandy beach with nice views, which you really may not want to miss. Furthermore, Bay Campus is adiacent to a protected area, managed by Swansea University – Crymlyn Burrows, a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) with dunes, marshes and beach which is very worthwhile to explore – and not only if you are a birder, there is a lot to see! Next to the Conference Centre you can find also sport pitches. On campus there are coffee shops and a small supermarket.

At Swansea City

You should enjoy Swansea’s seafront and beach, which stretches for almost 5 km. You can easily walk and enjoy the sea air only a few minutes walk away. The Swansea Marina and Maritime Quarters is very nice and you can find many coffee shops, bars and restaurants. There are also some very nice bars and restaurants in Uplands quarter. If you like the nightlife, you may not want to miss Wind Street …

From Bay Campus to Swansea City Centre

From Bay Campus to Swansea City Centre takes around 7 minutes by car, 16 minutes by bike, between 15-30 minutes by bus. The main taxi companies are Yellow Cabs, Data Cabs, Oyster Cabs.


Mumbles is located right on Swansea Bay, and marks the start of the Gower Peninsula (with its numerous hikes!). There are many things to do in Mumbles: walks on the sea front, visit of the castle from the 12th century, have fun on the Mumbles Pier, taste fresh sea food… and much more! In particular, the Mumbles Pier is a popular British seaside experience in Swansea Bay. Its location is ideal for admiring the views across the bay while enjoying traditional British fish and chips.

Gower Peninsula

The Gower Peninsula was the first site in Britain to be awarded ‘sensitive natural area’ status. The Gower peninsula is full of amazing bays, each more beautiful than the last. Don’t miss Three Cliffs Bay, Bracelet Bay, Langland Bay or Pobbles Bay. One of the peninsula’s highlights is Worm’s Head, a rock formation jutting out of the water in Rhossili Bay.