Swansea is Wales's second largest city and is ideally located at the centre of the South Wales coast in the heart of the beautiful Gower peninsula with miles of untouched beaches nearby.
The great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas lovingly described his hometown of Swansea back in the 1950s as, “... an ugly, lovely town ... crawling, sprawling ... by the side of a long and splendid curving shore. This sea-town was my world.”
Much has changed since Thomas' days, with the stunning new SA1 development and Swansea Marina attracting inward investment and growing businesses - especially in the high technology sector - turning this once industrial city into a city for the 21st Century.
However, the city still retains that natural charm, sense of history and uniqueness he described, that together with the new growth and development, make it such a great location for both business and leisure.