Places to go in south west Wales
Find out more about some of the wildlife hotspots on your doorstep. Or check out other places to go in South West Wales with our A-Z listing.
Set in the beautiful Tywi valley, this 10 acre site is a wildlife haven
Formed in the 18th Century, these idyllic ponds are a must see in summer.
A stunning beach with dunes, reefs and prehistoric forest at low tide.
The Gower peninsula combines a variety of wildlife and habitats.
A wonderful wooded hill overlooking the city of Swansea.
A Peat bog, lake and woodland of special scientific interest.
560 acres of countryside with 1000s of plants and wildlife species.
The WWT Centre in Llanelli has a dizzying array of rare waterfowl.
Spectacular and distinctive, this is Britain's only coastal national park.
An RSPB reserve and wildlife haven off the Pembrokeshire coast.
This marine reserve is home to thousands of puffins each spring.
This wetlands area is home to water vole, otter and a huge array of birds.
This Gower walk appeared in Weatherman Walking, 2008.
Tick off what you've spotted with our handy wildlife spotter guides.
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