Here are just a few of the things you can do in the locality – for even more ideas, Visit Swansea Bay.
Cycling is a great way of seeing the countryside and getting some exercise at the same time. You can cycle along the promenade, and if you keep going you can ride all the way to Mumbles on the Gower!
The Afan Forest Park’s low level cycle route ‘Y Rheilffordd’ (meaning ‘Railway’ in English), which runs along the base of the Valley, is very popular. This is a great trail for the family with picnic and refreshment stops along the trail, which is 36km in total. Find out more at the Afan Forest Park link above.
Click here for more cycling ideas and to download a map of Neath Port Talbot cycle routes.
Dulais Valley Quads provides you with the adventure and thrill of navigating the latest Honda 250cc Quad through approx 175 acres of rough terrain, hills, woodlands and streams. Juniors (8-15) can navigate their own quads (70cc – 110cc) through approximately 175 acres of rough terrain, up and down hills, through woodlands and streams and lots of mud! For more info, go to Dulais Valley Quads
Dulais Valley Quads (above) also offer an indoor archery centre.
With so much water around, there are ample opportunities for fishing. The Neath and Tennant canals, managed by Skewen Angling Club offer pike, rudd and tench (Tennant) and roach, carp, bream, tench and eels (Neath). Brown trout and sea trout can be found in the River Neath, managed by the Neath and Dulais Angling Club Rainbow trout can be found in Furzemill Pond at Margam Park which is open for fishing all year round.
Paintball and Laser Tag
Check out Teamforce paintball and laser tag
Canter over to Clyne Farm Riding and Activity Centre on the Gower peninsula.