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Swansea, is a coastal city and county, officially known as the City and County of Swansea in Wales, UK. Swansea lies within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan and the ancient Welsh commote of Gŵyr on the southwest coast. The county area includes Swansea Bay and the Gower Peninsula. Swansea is the second largest city in Wales and the twenty-fifth largest city in the United Kingdom. According to its local council, the City and County of Swansea had a population of 241,300 in 2014. The last official census stated that the city, metropolitan and urban areas combined concluded to be a total of 462,000 in 2011, making it, after Cardiff, the second most populous local authority area in Wales. During its 19th-century industrial heyday, Swansea was a key centre of the copper industry, earning the nickname Copperopolis.

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National Waterfront Museum

Oystermouth Road, SA1 3RD
The National Waterfront Museum, Swansea or NWMS is a museum in Swansea, Wales, forming part of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales. It is an Anchor Point of ERIH, The European Route of Industrial Heritage.
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Liberty Stadium

SA1 2FA, Swansea, GB
The Liberty Stadium is a sports stadium and conferencing venue located in the Landore area of Swansea, Wales. The stadium is all-seated. On opening, it had a capacity of 20,750, making it the largest purpose-built venue in Swansea; minor layout changes have since increased this. It is the home stadium of EFL Championship club Swansea City, who took full operational control of the stadium in 2018, and the Ospreys rugby team. As a result of Swansea City's promotion, the stadium became the first Premier League ground in Wales. It is the third largest stadium in Wales – after Millennium Stadium and Cardiff City Stadium. In European competitions, the stadium is known as Swansea Stadium because of advertising rules.
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The LC

Oystermouth Road, SA1 3ST
The LC2 is a leisure centre located in the city centre of Swansea, Wales, UK. Originally Swansea Leisure Centre, the re branded facility re-opened to the public on 1 March 2008 after a £32 million makeover. The LC2's exterior has been revitalised by replacing the old concrete panels with clear glass, translucent glazing and timber panelling.
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Oystermouth Castle

Castle Ave, The Mumbles, Swansea SA3 4BA, UK
Oystermouth Castle is a Norman stone castle in Wales, overlooking Swansea Bay on the east side of the Gower Peninsula near the village of the Mumbles.
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Weobley Castle

Not to be confused with Weobley Castle, Herefordshire Weobley Castle is a 14th-century fortified manor house on the Gower Peninsula, Wales, in the care of Cadw. The castle overlooks Llanrhidian saltmarshes and the Loughor estuary.
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Swansea Castle

Swansea Castle is located in the city centre of Swansea, Wales, UK. It was founded by Henry de Beaumont in 1107 as the caput of the lordship of Gower. The castle is now ruined and only two blocks remain, though the site has been improved in the 2010s for use as a public space.
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The Vetch

The Vetch Field was a football stadium in Swansea, Wales. It was used for football matches and was the home ground of Swansea City until the club moved to the newly built Liberty Stadium in 2005. Opened in 1912, the ground held around 12,000 at the time of its closure, but upwards of 30,000 at its peak. As well as being home to the Swans, the Vetch also hosted games for the Wales national football team, with 18 internationals played at the Vetch between 1921 and 1988. Other sports also found a home at the Vetch, with 8 rugby league matches played there between 1990 and 1999. In 1960, local boy Brian Curvis beat the Australian boxer George Barnes at the Vetch to win the Commonwealth Welterweight title.The stadium also operated as a music venue, hosting The Who in 1976 and Stevie Wonder in 1984.The Vetch's final Football…
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Quadrant Shopping Centre

The Quadrant Shopping Centre is the principal under-cover shopping centre in Swansea, Wales. The centre opened in 1979. Since the 1980s it has been home to the Swansea Devil, a controversial carved wooden statue of the Devil. The centre and surrounding areas are owned by the City and County of Swansea council.
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Swansea City Bus Station

Swansea bus station, or Swansea city bus station, is a bus station serving Swansea, Wales. It lies immediately to the west of the Quadrant Shopping Centre. The bus station also has a taxi rank to the south. The station has 20 stands for local bus services with three stands for national coach services. Coach services operated by National Express depart to Llanelli, Carmarthen and Haverfordwest to the west; and London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol as well as Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport to the east. There is an hourly service, served by Greyhound UK from the bus station to Bridgend Designer Outlet and Cardiff Central Station.
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YHA Rhossili

SA3 1PJ, Middleton

Culver House Hotel

Port Eynon

Dan Y Coed House Activity Centre

Huntington Close, SA3 5AL, Swansea

Premier Inn Swansea Waterfront

The Waterfront Development, Langdon Road, SA1 8QY, Swansea

Port Eynon Youth Hostel

SA3 1NN, Port Eynon


Phoenix Way, SA7 9EG

Rhossili Village Hall & Bunkhouse

SA3 1PJ, Middleton, GB

Gower Hotel

Gower Holiday Village