Jubilee Beach (T 195) is one of Swansea’s main beaches, being situated immediately below the town centre and adjacent to the main jetty and boat ramp. The jetty extends 500 m bayward at the southern end of the curving 500m long, east-facing beach. Steep, grassy bluffs and a few rocks back the northern end, with a car park, picnic area, playground and toilets located immediately behind the southern end of the beach next to the jetty. The beach receives waves averaging less than 0.5 m, and is often calm. It has a moderately steep beach face and narrow continuous bar.
Beach Length: 0.5km
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