Swansea Council was forced to close off some beach car parks on Sunday following requests from South Wales Police
People in Wales enjoyed another day of sunshine and milder temperatures this Sunday.
The warmer weather meant beaches in Wales were a little busier than they had been for several weeks as people leapt at the chance to soak up some sun.
Beaches, cliffs and promenades around Swansea and the Mumbles saw a good number of walkers keen to shake off the winter sleepiness.
Swansea Council was forced to close off some beach car parks on Sunday following requests from South Wales Police.
In a statement, the local authority urged people not to travel to exercise, and announced the closure of car parks at Bracelet Bay, Langland Bay and Caswell.
Under current rules set by the Welsh Government, people in Wales are permitted to leave home as often as they like for exercise in their local area.
People are allowed to meet up with members of their household or support bubble, or with people from one other household as long as the total number does not exceed four.
Swansea Council said: “We’re closing beach car parks today at Bracelet Bay, Langland Bay and Caswell at the request of South Wales Police. So please don’t travel.
“We know it’s great weather out there but Welsh Government rules mean we should not drive to any location for daily exercise. Please do the right thing to keep us all safe.”
This is what the beaches around Swansea and the Mumbles looked like on Sunday: