Swansea Holiday Deals & Short Break Offers
UK Coach Holiday Deals: Shearings are offering fantastic value this July for UK short breaks from just £174pp Shearings Holidays have got spaces to fill and are offering great reductions … more.
Expires: 10th Aug 2017
UK Coach Deal: Enjoy a fantastic break with Just Go Holidays, formerly TheCoachHoliday.com from just £129! Celebrating 15 years of success, TheCoachHoliday.com rebranded and renamed themselves as Just Go Holidays! … more.
Expires: 22nd Apr 2018
UK Senior Coachcard Deal: Save a third on all standard fares with a Senior Coachcard, just £10 per year! Do you love taking day trips and short breaks? Enjoy visiting friends … more.
Expires: 7th Apr 2018
UK Coach Break Deals: Grab a great value coach break in from £129pp with JustGoHolidays Give yourself something to look forward to in 2016 with a great value coach break … more.
Expires: 14th Jan 2018
Last Minute UK Coach Holiday Deals! Shearings Holidays have a selection of Last Minute short break coach deals for with prices starting from just £99 for a 5 day UK coach … more.
Expires: 30th Jun 2018
Swansea – The second largest City in Wales
Swansea is a coastal city in the south-west of Wales. More than 170,000 people live in Swansea, making it the second most populated city in Wales. During its industrial height, the city was one of the main centres of the world copper industry.
Swansea has a long history which includes the Romans and Vikings, and relics can be found from the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages. Some believe the city’s name may have come from the Vikings and Sveinsey (Old Norse), but there are other variations from this period.
Despite its long history, many of the buildings in the centre are post-war, as the city centre was destroyed by bombing during World War II (1941), it what was later named the “Three Nights Blitz”.
Many famous people have come from Swansea, with the poet Dylan Thomas being the most well known from this very long list.
Reasons to visit Swansea
With so much to offer, it is difficult to know where to begin. Swansea has some very scenic areas and was one of the first areas in the UK to be designated an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. There are many beaches (where surfing is possible) and Oxwich Bay was named the most beautiful beach in Britain in 2007.
Other attractions include: The Swansea and Mumbles Railway (built in 1804), numerous museums, the Dylan Thomas Centre, sailing and other water sports, Parks, golf courses and much more.
Entertainment and Dining in Swansea
There are many pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants in Swansea, including two casinos. Most of the bars are located on Wind Street in the centre, and the clubs are mainly found on the Kingsway.
Accommodation in Swansea
There are more than 20 hotels in Swansea and plenty of other types of accommodation (Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering etc.). You can choose a central location, or opt for a more scenic rural area. Prices are available to match most budgets.