Whiteford Burrows is seen as one of the best dune systems in Britain and have an excellent series of dune habitats with Whiteford Beach jut to the east of the Burrows.
St James Gardens are a small, formal, town mews park with mature trees and seating in Swansea.
Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. With an industrial past and a secret garden, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play.
Dinefwr is a National Nature Reserve, which is also home to a historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park and Castle.
Hafod Park is a large open green space in Swansea that is a Fab Free park for the whole family to play in as well as perfect location for a walk.
Argyll Gardens is a small-town park with mature trees, benches, toilets and flower shrub beds located next to the main bus stop in Gorseinon.
The Afan Valley is an outdoor lover’s paradise and offers lots of opportunities to get out and experience nature. There is excellent mountain biking, cycling and walking trails for visitors to enjoy.
Cwm Du Glen is a lovely wooded valley leading from The Cross at the centre of Pontardawe which has a beautiful walk along the Clydach stream through the Glanrhyd Plantation.
The Gnoll Country Park is an early-18th-century landscaped garden covering over 240 acres in Neath Port Talbot.
The award-winning Millennium Coastal Park in Carmarthenshire has thousands of visitors each year and was created to celebrate the turn of the new millennium and was funded by the National Lottery, Carmarthenshire County Council, the former Welsh Development Agency, and the Welsh Assembly and the European Union.