Mumbles is a small fishing village situated at the Western end of Swansea Bay, at the entrance to The Gower Peninsula. Currently well known as the birthplace of Catherine Zeta Jones and Ian Hislop, Mumbles was previously a frequent haunt of Dylan Thomas and his friends.

This little bustling village (and I say village, but really it is much larger than the other villages in the rest of Gower) is host to a great variety of shops, cafes, wine bars, pubs and restaurants.

Ice cream parlours are dotted along the promenade and in the main tourist season the "Mumbles Land Train" can be seen chugging its way along the sea front, transporting people to and from Swansea.