With Swansea City Centre bursting with a fantastic range of over 300 hundred independent shops, 200 hundred national brands, 60 bars and restaurants, hotels, cinemas, bowling venue, gyms and Wales Largest indoor market – come and see for yourself what makes Swansea South West Wales’ leading retail and leisure destination!
Loyalty Card - With our City Centre Loyalty Card you can make huge saving! All you need to do is register your details via this site, get your card then when visiting a loyalty venue, present your card, and they will honor the offer. All the offers can be found on this site.
Independent Traders - Swansea’s success embraces the many independent traders offering a wide range of niche products and services. Visit High Street, Plymouth Street, Nelson Street, Lower Oxford Street, Mansel Street, Castle Street, Swansea Market or one of the many arcades to find that something a little different.
Oxford Street – At the heart of the city’s retail hub, Oxford Street attracts over tens of thousands of visitors a week. Its location within the pedestrian zone creates a safe environment for shoppers to meet and enjoy the surroundings and events. You can find all the big name brands such as Next, H&M, Top Shop, Marks and Spencer, Zara, Office, Jack & Jones and BHS to name a few..
Swansea Market - Home to over a 100 stalls all under one roof, Swansea Market, the original supermarket, is internationally renowned for its laverbread, cockles, and huge selection of fresh ingredients. With gifts, cards, flowers, confectionary, fashion, beauty and much more, you’ll be amazed at what you will find at Swansea Market. Open from Monday to Saturday, Swansea Market is not to be missed.
The Quadrant – Style, fashion and convenience create a mix that caters for everyone. A great selection of shops and department store connected to new bus station interchange and adjacent to a multi-storey park with 569 parking bays.
To me Swansea is Home. It's a place where everyone knows everyone and you can make a friend just by chatting to someone on the street. It's friendly and welcoming
I love the big screen in Castle Gardens on a sunny day when there is a game on. Everyone comes out to play