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Cwmcarn Forest offers something for all the family. Spectacular 7 mile forest drive set amongst rolling hills and green forests with 7 car parks to stop at. The visitor centre provides a place to stock up on refreshments and gifts.

In or near Newport City

 

Fforest Fawr is the stunning backdrop to the famous Castell Coch, near the village of Tongwynlais

 

This stretch of the Path is an area of contrasts; from the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula, with its award winning golden beaches, to the busy seaside city of Swansea and spectacular views over Swansea Bay.

In or near Llanelli

 

Afan Forest Park lies just a few miles from Port Talbot within easy access of the M4. The forest park nestles on the slopes of the Afan Valley which is one of the narrowest and most beautiful valleys in Wales.

In or near Port Talbot

 

The South Wales Coast and Severn Estuary stretch is 176km/109-mile in length running from Kenfig Dunes near Port Talbot, South Wales to Chepstow

In or near Bridgend

 

Take a walk around the ‘Welsh Taj Mahal’, a National Trust run estate in the Usk Valley.

Walk Route: Clytha

  • Duration: 2.25
  • Miles: 3

In or near Raglan

National Trust

 

With its soft pleasant sand and interesting rock pools Caswell Bay is a firm favourite with families with young children.

Blue Flag Wales

 

With rugged cliff scenery, Marcross beach near Llantwit Major has a rocky shore with spectacular rock formations and some sand.

In or near Llantwit Major

 

A vast, Blue Flag beach situated at the edge of the hugely popular Trecco Bay Holiday Park. Trecco Bay Beach is favoured by families with its golden sands and excellent water quality for swimming and paddling.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Llantwit Major/Cwm Colhuw Beach is great for surfing and coastal walks all year round. The Wales Coast Path joins up with the beach and offers some amazing walks and views.

 

Pwlldu Bay is a small beach on the south Gower Peninsula coast in south Wales. It is one of the more remote beachs and is not easily accessible by car but there are three narrow footpaths leading down to the beach.

 

Rhossili Bay is an iconic destination with dramatic, panoramic views and good walking opportunities. The beach is reached down (and up!) a steep cliff top path that may be unsuitable for some.

 

With its expanse of golden sand, convenient access and selection of nearby camp sites Port Eynon is an ideal resort to take a young family.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Newton is the most easterly beach at Porthcawl and is a ten minute walk from the picturesque village of Newton.

 

The most westerly pair of Porthcawl’s bays and beaches, Pink Bay and Sker may not be as accessible as the more easterly beaches, but they’re quieter and unspoilt because of it.

 

Dunraven Bay is very popular it is also often referred to as Southerndown beach taking its name from the nearby village. The walled gardens and Dunraven Castle ruins are well worth a visit and set just back from the beach.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Mewslade Bay beach is a snug spot at the bottom of a small valley; enjoy sloping sea cliffs, unspoilt scenery and breath-taking views.

 

A wide pebble beach with coastal walks nearby.

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