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  • Cefn Bryn is a 5-mile long ridge of common land, known locally as the backbone of Gower. One of the main attractions of the Bryn is a large Neolithic monument called...

  • This is a large area of common land (286 hectares) crossed by the B4436, with the development of West Cross and Mayals on the eastern boundary of Clyne Common and...

  • Cadle Heath Local Nature Reserve is one of the best examples of urban heath in the country.

  • This recreational ground, situated north of the city, is located within a busy community housing area and provides children with an open space to run around.

  • Situated in the heart of the Waun Wen with extensive views over the city it is no wonder why Bryn Y Don Park is much-loved by local residents.

  • Hillside Wildlife Corridor is an extensive area (27 hectares) of natural open space, just one mile from Swansea City Centre.

  • Jersey Park has a range of facilities to enjoy. This out-of-city park provides a valued service to the local community of St Thomas and Dan-y-Craig.

  • Killay Marsh covers covers 21.3 acres (8.62 hectares) and comprises of a mosaic of habitats and has some superb examples of many threatened and protected wetland...

  • Millwood is a 126-hectare woodland that is predominately broadleaf.

  • Mawr/Swansea Uplands: including Cefn Drum, Graig Fawr, Goppa Hill, Pentwyn Mawr, Mynydd Pysgodlyn, Mynydd Y Gwair, Land northwest of Clydach, Banc Darren Fawr.

  • An excellent park with a diverse range of facilities which appeal to all ages, from feeding the ducks to skate jumps.

  • Small urban park with mature trees, open grass areas, a playground, benches and bowling green managed by the local bowling club.

  • This small activities park is located next to the community and family centres within this area of Swansea.

  • Pennard Cliffs (predominantly owned by the National Trust) are a rugged and wildly beautiful stretch of coast on South Gower, with the much photographed Three Cliffs...

  • Penmaen Burrows has a number of important archaeological remains and its position between Three Cliffs Bay and Oxwich Bay makes it a very scenic walk.

  • This park is located towards the north of the county in the village of Pontlliw.

  • Primrose Park is a small leafy park in Llansamlet.

  • A compact, beautiful urban park situated between the city centre and Mumbles.

  • The brook runs through this attractive, predominantly oak and hazel woodland, which are home to birds such as tawny owl, green woodpecker, dunnock, song thrush,...

  • The northern portion of the site is composed of a mosaic of bracken dominated scrub and marshy grassland.

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