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The Countryside of South Glamorgan

Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan
Discover the countryside of South Glamorgan on your doorstep or on holiday



Outdoor Cardiff
With information about biodiversity, trails, events and more...

Visit the Vale
Walking, Cycling, Parks and more with a search facility to find places to go outdoors.

Parks & Gardens - Visit Cardiff
Cardiff is a very green city which boasts over 330 parks and gardens...

The Wildlife Trust locally
We manage 11 nature reserves in east Glamorgan, Cardiff and the Valleys...

Cardiff Friends of the Earth
We are a friendly group of volunteers working on local, regional, national and international environmental campaigns...

Cardiff Naturalists' Society
With news, events, places to go, publications and joining information.

Parks & Green Spaces
Cardiff council presents information about the parks and green spaces locally.

Cardiff Ramblers
Local group of the Ramblers. We organise walks in the south Wales area and beyond...

Coast and Countryside
Information at The Vale of Glamorgan council. Includes Parks, Nature, Wildlife...

Vale of Glamorgan - Accessible Countryside
Countryside and Green Spaces accessible to all.

Walking in the Vale Of Glamorgan. Volunteer based project for the maintenance, protection & promotion of public rights of way...

Sponsored Listings

Rural Retreats in The Vale of Glamorgan

Peaceful and tranquil self-catering holiday cottages in the heart of the countryside and near the coast, some closer than others with a couple of cottages on the Nash Point Lighthouse site.

Latest News

RSS News – The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
  • Update from Sarah Kessell 1st July 2020
    Update from Sarah Kessell, WTSWW Chief Executive Officer. I think we are not alone in finding that the planning needed to get back to work after the Covid-19 lockdown is proving far more complex than […]
  • Skomer and Skokholm Islands Update – Covid-19 1st July 2020
    As you know we have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus guidelines issued by the Welsh Government since March 2020. There are many considerations for us when we think about our precious islands, including visitor boat […]
  • Razorbills of Skokholm Island 1st July 2020
    In May’s update we talked about the importance of continuing with the vital seabird monitoring on WTSWW’s Skokholm Island and this month we’re going to focus on Razorbills. The 2020 whole Island count tallied up […]
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