Swansea (pronounced: Swan-zee; Welsh: Abertawe) is a city on the South Wales coast. With a population approaching 250,000, it is the second largest city in Wales, and is located on the beautiful Gower Peninsula - the United Kingdom's first designated "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty".
Swansea Urban - from north to south covering areas from Morriston and Clydach to St.Thomas and Swansea Bay sea front and from east to west covering areas from Port Tennant to Caswell. Swansea Urban includes the city centre and the tourist areas of the Maritime Quarter, Mumbles, Limeslade, Langland and Caswell.
Swansea Rural - basically the Gower Peninsular, covering all points west of Bishopston, Pwll Du Bay, Fairwood Common and Upper Killay, and also including the highland areas of Pontardulais and Mawr.
See: Swansea Castle, the Guildhall, Oystermouth Castle, Swansea Museum, Gower Peninsula, Chocolate factory.