Gower, Mumbles, Swansea City, Vale of Neath, Afan Forest Park and much more
Swansea Bay is one of the UK’s most varied areas for outdoor activities and attractions with the added advantage of proximity to a large city and lively towns with all the services visitors need. With its extensive coastline and varied countryside, it is a mecca for walking enthusiasts and the range of adventurous activities is almost unrivalled.
Let someone else do the driving!
All local public transport is accessible
Whether you are travelling by train or bus, you will find all vehicles are able to cater for people with disabilities. However, in many parts of Gower, due to soft roadside verges, it may be difficult to join or alighn with a wheelchair.
If you have any issues, please contact the transport company
A fantastic resource for travellers with a disability can be found on the Traveline Cymru - travellers with a disability page – it contains links to transport operator accessibility statements, information for travellers with sight loss, users of mobility scooters, details of accessible toilets near bus & train stations, assisted travel with Arriva Traines Cymru and more.
Getting to Attractions & Walks in Swansea Bay
Consult this site to find your best way from where you are to Swansea Bay Attractions or consult the Swansea Bay Visitor Travel Guide which includes diagrammatic maps (pages 10 & 11) of bus and train routes in the area.
Download the Swansea Bay Bus & Train Maps
Visit Traveline Cymru and use the journy planner to plan your journey to and around Swansea Bay.