About the Area

Swansea is a coastal city and county in Wales.  It’s the 2nd largest city in the country, situated on the sandy South West coast, the county includes the Gower Peninsula and Lliw uplands.

 

Places to watch on the day of the event…

SA1

SA1 will see hundreds of athletes head off on their triathlon journey, as they swim in the beautiful, natural amphitheatre. With a number of cafes and restaurants dotted along the start and finish area, it’ll be an incredible place to watch the race start.

 

National Waterfront Museum

Head to the National Waterfront Museum before the event starts and take a walk around the event expo! We’ll have a number of sponsors and suppliers there, and you could take a walk around the museum exhibits afterwards!
museumwales.ac.uk/swansea/

 

360 Beach & Watersports

360 Beach & Watersports is perfectly located on the bike course, so that you’ll be able to watch the competitors fly past. With the bike section being a three lap route, you’ll see plenty of action.
360swansea.co.uk

 

Pump House

As athletes head out on the run, they’ll be making their way over to the Pump House, where they’ll pass by the ‘High 5 Zone’, where you can cheer them on as they head straight past the beer garden.
sabrain.com/pumphouse

Castle Square

Castle Square is where the athletes will head down the red carpet after their incredible efforts. Throughout the day, there will be a number of live bands and entertainment for the kids, before the competitors head down the famous red carpet finish line. It’s THE place to be.