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At one time the most powerful seaport in the world, Swansea’s history takes in shipbuilding, porcelain manufacture, coal mining, mineral exploitation and copper exporting. Described by Dylan Thomas as a ‘lovely, ugly town’, what the city centre lacks in charm is more than compensated for by its famous suburb Mumbles at the entrance to the Gower Peninsula with its lovely bays and rugged countryside. Swansea Market is the largest indoor market in Wales, a good place to check out the superior local produce that has made restaurants in Swansea such vibrant places to eat. Restaurants such as Didier & Stephanie, a smart, sophisticated French restaurant occupying an unlikely spot near the centre of the city, and diminutive Slice, found in one of Swansea’s smarter suburbs. And with fresh seafood on ice and a glass-fronted kitchen that looks like a fish tank, there’s no mistaking the theme of Out of the Blue in Mumbles.
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