Cycling

Swansea Bay Cycle Path

The five mile curve of Swansea Bay is the perfect setting for a cycle path. The Swansea Bay Promenade links the Maritime Quarter in the centre of the city with the village of Mumbles along the route of the former Mumbles railway. The route has wonderful views across Swansea Bay to Mumbles Head. It is a very family friendly cycle path shared with walkers, divided by a painted line and so ideal for children to potter along whilst more experienced cyclists will appreciate the miles of traffic free, flat terrain with breathtaking views.

The Swansea Bay Promenade forms part of the the National Cycle Network Route 4, the 186-mile long ‘Celtic Trail’. At Blackpill, roughly halfway between the Maritime Quarter and Mumbles, you can cross at the pedestrian crossing and continue up the traffic-free wooded Clyne Valley Country Park towards Gowerton and Llanelli.

Llanelli Millenium Coastal Cycle Path

The award-winning Millennium Coast Path is 13 miles long with glorious coastal views and wetlands. There are cycle racks along the route so that you can stop off and explore. The 13-mile cycle path also forms a link with the Celtic Trail.

The NCN Celtic Trail West features the Millennium Coastal Park at Llanelli. The western section travels through the quiet country lanes of Pembrokeshire. Can be cycled in two loops using the National Cycle Network Routes 4 and 47 starting and finishing at Swansea or Carmarthen.

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