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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Talbot
It would be a great day out for the family and Margam park itself is fab to stroll around it the weather is nice.
We have been there three times now, each was good fun in an amazing park that can be explored for the rest of the day.
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Talbot
Beautiful day lovely beech very clean well keep and easy to walk around and Lott's of seats to sit on and enjoy the view some nice stops for coffee or ffod and ice cream best of all easy to park some free Why quee...
Could walk for miles and miles beautiful beach and plenty of cafes, range of 2 different parks (young and an older park), a skatepark and mini golf great day out with the family :)
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Talbot
A woodland trail finding wooden instruments and carved logs, parks, farm animals, train, lake, castle, childrens fairytale land where there were little houses all based on fairy tales/nursery rhymes!
Brilliant place to visit or stay for all the family cottages on park goape adventure park the fabulous orange,the abbey,church and the house with fabulous views and walks , on park animal farm and of course the de...
Gnoll Estate Neath 7.7 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Neath
The estate offers a variety of interests, beautiful walks, vast picnic areas, ruins to explore, two play parks for children, cascades, ponds, swans, ducks and I could go on and on.
Lovely woodland walks, amazing history, unique man-made waterfall, wonderful nature reserve.
Afan Forest Park Cynonville 7.9 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Cynonville
... feels like you are part of an exclusive secret when visiting, it is neatly placed off the main road, easily accessible and with sufficient parking, yet feels secluded in wondrous nature and intrepid wildlife.
It's got quieter since bike park Wales opened but is definitely worth a trip for the trails and the secluded views.
Aberdulais Tin Works & Waterfall Aberdulais 9.9 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Aberdulais
Parking is either on the roadside lay-bys or the car park opposite, and the site is fairly compact, though has a lot of steps (but you can enjoy most of the site without having to tackle the steps).
Stunning place with mother nature doing her thing...
Swansea Marina Swansea, UK 10.8 km away
#13 of 33 Nature & Parks in Swansea
Kenfig National Nature Reserve Bridgend, UK 9.7 km away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Kenfig Nature Reserve is a real gem with grass covered dunes creating an amazing landscape, punctuated with pools, dense thickets, a few small woods and some windblown isolated trees.
The walk to Sker Beach across the National nature Reserve and Dunes is fabulous.The beach is always peaceful .
Swansea Beach Swansea, UK 11.3 km away
#12 of 33 Nature & Parks in Swansea
Across the road from the beach is Singleton Park, a lovely play area, crazy golf boat rides on the lake, a lovely place to bring a picnic or eat in the on site restaurant, lovely food at a reasonable price.
... also a football golf course adjacent to the beach, with a cafe come watersports centre at the main car park on Oystermouth road, pay and display of course, be aware though, Swansea council do not provide any d...