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, near Carmarthen
A great variety of walking routes and mountain biking trails in an ancient woodland.
Llandovery area forests
The woodlands and forests around Llandovery vary in character but they all offer a range of picnic sites and short walks for visitors.
Minwear Woods, near Haverfordwest
Enjoy spectacular views of the Cleddau Estuary on a woodland walk.
Oxwich National Nature Reserve, near Swansea
A varied landscape and historical treasures on the Gower coast
Stackpole National Nature Reserve, near Pembroke
A stunning landscape ranging from dramatic cliffs to headlands and from woods to dunes on Pembrokeshire’s south coast.
Skomer Marine Conservation Zone, near Milford Haven
A unique area of water with underwater seascapes rich in marine plant and animal life. Visit by boat or come overland to Martins Haven.
The Spirit of Llynfi Woodland, Bridgend
This community woodland is located on the site of the former Coegnant Colliery and Maesteg Washery in the Upper Llynfi Valley, Bridgend