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Easy walks

Grade 1 ranked, these gentle walks are perfect for beginners or those looking for a relaxing afternoon stroll

Blaenymaes walk
Everyone knows about the benefits of walking in the countryside or along the coast but if you can't access these parts of the county then this short urban walk could prove the ideal solution. This is a gentle walk with only one small incline.
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Bonymaen walk, Ty Draw
This walk has lovely views over Crymlyn Burrows towards Port Talbot before taking you past the site of the former Bonymaen Truant Industrial School, a brutal institution designed for children who were truants.
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Fendrod Lake walk
Fendrod lake is a prominent landmark situated in the centre of Swansea Enterprise Park, with a land mass of about 13 acres and clearly visible from the main roads passing either side of it.
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LC (short) walk
A delightful short walk that enables you appreciate Swansea's vibrant waterfront and all its splendour and is an ideal gentle walk for beginners.
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LC Swansea Marina (long walk)
This walk is an extension of the short walk and takes you around the circumference of the Maritime Quarter and its selection of restaurants, shops and marine businesses. This is a walk that can be enjoyed by all.
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Penclawdd walk
Once a flourishing sea port Penclawdd was regarded as the bustling commercial centre for much of North Gower. Today the village is still considered to be a fishing and cockling community, proud of its long standing heritage. This walk allows you to enjoy spectacular views over the Loughor estuary and the surrounding countryside.
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Pontarddulais Town walk
Affectionately known as the 'Bont' to local people this walk gently guides you around the heart of this small bustling village with its small boutiques and welcoming cafés.
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