Llys Nini is owned by the Llys Nini branch of the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA), which is the base for an animal centre.
The site comprises grassland, wet grassland, improved and unimproved grassland, deciduous ancient woodland, streams, ponds, scrub on a former industrial tip, reclaimed opencast mine and coppiced woodland.
Notable species include red kite, yellow-necked mice, otters, scabia, common lizard, aquatic invertebrates, butterflies and moths.
- Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC 203)
- Educational visits accommodated by arrangement
- Classroom and lecture room
- Bird hide
- Prepared lessons for all education key stages
- Information sheet for teachers on visits to the site
- Car park
- Wheelchair and pushchair accessible
- Tapping board for visually impaired
- Volunteer education officer (part time)
Grid Reference SS609995
OS Explorer Map 164 Gower
Daily 11.00am - 3.45pm (except Wednesday).
Access to pond and wooded path are all wheelchair and pushchair accessible.
Car park on site. Access to site off A48 between Penllergaer and Pontlliw.
Nearest bus stop near to end of driveway to Llys Nini, approximately 12 minute walk.