South West Wales

Take the family mountain biking through Brechfa Forest, visit the coastal reserves of Oxwich on the Gower and Stackpole in south Pembrokeshire or walk to a waterfall in remote woodlands near Llandovery

Brechfa Forest – Abergorlech, near Carmarthen

Woodland walks, a mountain bike trail and an arboretum with a difference.

Brechfa Forest – Byrgwm, near Carmarthen

A woodland with a walking trail and mountain bike trails for beginners and experienced riders.

Caio Forest, near Llandovery

Peaceful upland woodland with several waymarked trails

Carmel National Nature Reserve, near Llandeilo

Dramatic disused quarries, ancient woodland and unique seasonal lake

Cilgwyn Wood, near Llandovery

Walking trail in peaceful woodland on edge of Brecon Beacons

Crymlyn Bog National Nature Reserve, near Swansea

Wildlife haven with boardwalks over the fen

Minwear Forest, near Haverfordwest

Peaceful woodland walk with views of the Cleddau Estuary

Oxwich National Nature Reserve, near Swansea

Award-winning beach and wildlife-rich dunes, woodlands and wetlands

Pant y Sais National Nature Reserve, near Swansea

Wildlife haven close to industrial Swansea

Pembrey Forest, near Llanelli

One of Britain’s rare sand dune forests

Pen-y-Bedd Wood, near Llanelli

Small woodland near the Carmarthenshire coast

Skomer Marine Conservation Zone, near Milford Haven

Unique area of water with underwater seascapes rich in marine plant and animal life just off the coast of Pembrokeshire

Stackpole National Nature Reserve, near Pembroke

Stunning landscape with dramatic cliffs, dunes and woodland

Talley Woodlands, near Llandovery

Steep climb up wooded hillside with views of a ruined abbey