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This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough of
Swansea, named after its city of  Swansea.
Swansea is a coastal city on the mouth of the River Tawe, hence the Welsh name Abertawe, and the
locality category represents the area to the east boundary including Port Tennant, west of  Neath.
The next east locality is north of Swansea at  Clydach.
The M4 motorway passes south of Clydach, to the south of  Pontarddulais before crossing the
River Loughor, which forms the west county borough boundary.
The north boundary heads east away from the Loughor, south of the Carmarthenshire town of  Ammanford
and rising to 374 metres above sea level at Penll'r Castell, overlooking the Amman and Clydach Valleys.
From  Gorseinon on the east bank of the Loughor estuary,  The Gower Peninsula extends into the Atlantic Ocean.
This includes the west tip at Rossili Bay provides the watersport of surfing, back along the south coast resorts
to Mumbles, which forms the west coastline of Swansea Bay.
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