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Enjoy your picnic, relax to the sound of the birds singing in the woods. Swing from the trees.
But who is waiting in the woods for you?
Enjoy a walk through enchanting alder and oak woodland, past fast-flowing, spectacular rivers. This reserve is set in the heart of the beauty of the Cambrian Mountains.
The RSPB Cwm Clydach Reserve is north of the A4067 Pontardawe to Swansea road. Two nature trails, one short, the other of medium length, link onto a network of public footpaths.
Welcome to the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, a tourist attraction at the foot of the Preseli Mountains in West Wales.
Fully Guided Premier Marine Wildlife Tours.
A long standing local family company with highly qualified and experienced personnel including oceanographers, fisheries scientists etc.
River trips include a “Floating Classroom” for schools and community use
Discover Swansea’s unique heritage
General public trips, corporate hospitality events, bookings for private functions
Licensed to carry 45 passengers
Anna's Welsh Zoo has something for everyone! Experience close-up meetings with endangered animals from all over the world and relax in our beautiful surroundings.
Visitor centre situated on Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve containing Glasshouse Cafe, Welsh Wildlife Centre Gift Shop, Wildlife Trust information. Discover nature through play, adventure, creativity & reflection. Several walks.
A family run business established in summer 2003, our aim is to provide a breathtaking, interactive tour of the South Gower Coast, leaving our passengers with unforgettable memories.
The RSPB have granted us the sole landing rights to Ramsey Island and invite a privileged number of day visitors to experience the unspoilt natural beauty of this most spectacular island nature reserve.
Blue Ocean Adventures boat trips. Whale and Dolphin spotting in the Celtic Sea is our speciality!
Join us for a trip to Skomer for the Puffins, Ramsey for the Seals or Grassholm for the Gannets.
Fast new boat with individual seating.
Oxwich supports a huge variety of wildlife and is protected as the Oxwich Bay SSSI and the Gower Ash Woodlands SAC.It has a mosaic of different habitats including dune slacks and limestone cliffs.
The sessile oak wood at Allt Rhyd y Groes near Llandovery hangs onto the steep north-east facing slope of a hillside. Part wooded and part open, the Reserve takes in craggy heathland, grassland, and tumbling streams.
A long, narrow sandy and pebble beach at high tide but at low tide a huge expanse of firm sand is revealed with plenty of room for everyone - and it can get busy during the summer months due to its safe bathing.
This nature reserve has a lovely beach served by a good path from the car park. The tidal island of Worm's Head and the south-facing cliffs on the mainland that are home to some very special plants, birds and other wildlife.
The Sospan Hopper Land Train runs along Millennium Coastal Park from the Park Centre to Burry Port Harbour. With 64 seats and specially built carriages for the disabled a trip on the Hopper will be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Cambrian Routes specialise in providing tailored tours in Wales for families and friends. With a friendly and knowledgeable chauffeur guide for company, Cambrian Routes take care of the details so you get the most from your holiday.
St Mary's Parish Church is situated on the eastern edge of Burry Port, its spire dominating the landscape. It was built in 1877 with money given by the sons of George and Mary Elkington as a memorial to their parents.
Pembrey is one of Britian's sand dune forests, woodlands. Covering over 1000 hectares It is home to many rare botanical species, 35 species of butterfly, many migrant songbirds as well as birds of prey. SSSI.
OS Grid Reference: SN413006
Stackpole is both a listed designed landscape and an internationally important National Nature Reserve. Footpaths radiate from the site of Stackpole Court, a grand mansion demolished before the National Trust owned this area.