Bishop's Wood Local Nature Reserve
Bishop's Wood Local Nature Reserve is comprised of 46 acres (19 hectares) of woodland and limestone grassland.
Bishop's Wood is a classic example of limestone woodland, which is relatively rare in Britain. Part of the wood is classified as ancient woodland which means it has been wooded since at least the seventeenth century as indicated in the 1673 survey of Bishopston Manor.
- Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)
- Special Area of Conservation (SAC)
Bishop's Wood Countryside Centre lies above Caswell Bay.
A number of footpaths lead to the reserve including a coastal path from Mumbles to Caswell.
There are two pay and display car parks and a regular bus service (2) that runs from the centre of Swansea to Caswell Drive.