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News Updates: June 2018



National Botanic Gardens direct by Bus


There is now a direct service from and back to Swansea on Mondays to Saturdays. This is the Traws Cymru T1c service leaving Swansea at 12.05 and return from the Gardens at 16.19; the journey takes under 40 minutes and allows a few hours at this fascinating place.


An adult ticket costs £7.50 with under-16 and family offers. Holders of Welsh Concessionary Passes travel Free.




Gower buses on Sundays & Bank Holidays to 2 September!


Buses from Swansea will run to:


  • Rhossili & Parkmill every hour from 0915 to 1715
  • Pennard Cliffs & Oxwich Bay every 2 hours from 1015 to 1615
  • Reynoldston & Port Eynon every 2 hours from 0915 to 1515
  • Llanrhidian, Llanmadoc & Llangennith at 1045, 1345 & 1645


Similar frequencies will apply on return journeys.


Most morning services and early evening services run to and from the Train Station in Swansea.




Explore Gower bus ticket continues in 2018


This ticket makes it easy to travel from any part of Swansea and Mumbles to Gower or vice-versa at a price of £7.50 with under-16 offer. This ticket permits unlimited travel on all First Cymru and New Adventure Travel bus services in Swansea city, Mumbles and Gower.




Walkers and others in Gower: lower fares for you!


There is a £3.50 West Gower off-peak fare valid any day for travel after 08.45 only for journeys west of Killay and Gowerton.


These tickets aim to encourage visitors with cheaper one way journeys to get to the iconic Coast Path though they are also available for round trip journeys anywhere in the designated area.




Free weekend travel continues on Traws Cymru T6 bus


The free travel offer has been extended until further notice; travel on Saturday and Sunday Traws Cymru bus services will be FREE!


The T6 route between Swansea, Neath and Brecon is included. There is an hourly service on Saturdays and 5 buses per day on Sundays.


Use it to get to Aberdulais Tinworks and Waterfall where discounts are given to adults (child entry price) on showing your bus ticket. It also calls at National Showcaves of Wales where generous entry price discounts for all are given on presentation of bus tickets.


The T6 also runs every hour on Mondays to Fridays on which normal fares will apply.




Mumbles bus services run seven days a week this summer  


Oyster Wharf with its stylish restaurants and bars open until at least 23.00 hrs every evening;  it is reassuring that buses back to Swansea run as late as 23.23 hrs on weekdays and 22.00 hrs on Sunday.


Buses continue to serve Bracelet, Caswell, Langland and Limeslade Bays at least once per hour daytimes, seven days per week.



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