Southern Wales Tourism

Gardens & Wildlife

Dewstow Gardens, Chepstow
A great day out with a labrynith of underground tunnels and grottoes revealing a fascinating history.  These gardens lay undiscovered for many years until they were eventually found and restored to their former glory over the course of the last couple of years.

Kenfig National Nature Reserve, Porthcawl

Explore this huge coastal landscape.  Take one of the many paths to discover what lies beneath the sands.  Bird hides surround the large lake whilst there are many unique flora and fauna to be found including the rare Fen Orchid.

Newport Wetlands

On the banks of the Severn Estuary, Newport Wetlands is a haven for wildlife.  Cetti's warblers and bearded tits can be seen and heard in the reedbeds, and ducks, geese and swans visit the reserve in large numbers during the winter.  A visitor centre, café and children's play area make it a perfect spot for a family day out.

Getting Here

Compact and easily accessible South East Wales is only 2 hours from London. Situated on the western side of Britain, the region has excellent transport links include an International airport, rail and ferry links.

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