Wind Street is the Centre of the Nightclub scene in Swansea. It has Walkabout, Yates's and many more of the usual bars and clubs to complete a good night out. There is also a mix of traditional pubs in Swansea which look very inviting, day or night!
most of the bars/clubs/pubs in central swansea are grouped together in wind street (as in wind up, not as in a wind that blows in a storm) and the kingsway. So wherever you stay in swansea, you don't need to worry about the main nightlife, just ask for directions to those areas
Mumbles is just outside swansea, on the edge of the gower. The place is always packed on sunny summer days, and is great for families. However, by night it becomes a very popular nightspot, especially for hen and stag events. Unlike most of wales, the main road is on the level, so easier to walk when you've had a few! There is also one pub after another, with plenty of guest houses and some hotels close by. You'll pay slightly higher prices than in swansea, but if you like a few drinks of a night, with a relaxed stroll along the prom to recover in the morning, then this could be the place for you
Dress Code: seems to attract more than its fair share of ppl in fancy dress lol
Wind Street is the main night spot in Swansea. It has around 20 to 30 bars and restaraunts, ranging from the large chain bars such as Walkabout,Revolution and Lloyds bar to other very individual night spots. The whole street in bouncing on a Fri and Sat night and also very busy with students during the week. There is a nightclub called Play at the bottom of the street.
Dress Code: Mixture, but mostly casual, i.e. jeans + t-shirt/shirt