The city of Swansea is one of the largest and most culturally diverse places to live in Wales. With a large university, a bustling city centre and lots of cultural activities to explore, it is a vibrant place to work and live. The five-mile long beach on which the city sits is a great place to go when the sun shines and the renowned Gower Peninsula and the rest of southwest Wales is close by. The city is renowned for its shopping and is popular with foodies too, with a huge range of boutique eateries and restaurants.
The most popular suburbs include Morriston, Birchgrove, Gorseinon and Ystradgynlais and there is a wide selection of new homes for sale.
The M4 joins Swansea with Bristol and London and First Great Western rail services run to Paddington. Swansea is also served by a Welsh network of trains.