Many visitors to this part of Wales home in on the Gower with its rugged beaches, expansive marshland and attractive villages. Just across from the north side of the Gower (but quite a way round by road) lies a large area of managed wetland. Formerly what must have been just a boggy stretch of farmland has slowly been converted into an important wildlife reserve. Because of constantly changing weather, the warp of one season into the next and the sheer size of the place, you are guaranteed new experiences on each visit, though unless you are a serious birder, I I imagine a wet day might force you to stay near the cafe with its poolside and estuarine views. Great walks, fantastic plantlife, small play areas for the kids, but above all the chance to get close to a changing array of migratory and British birds in a very accessible place. A worthy sibling - and cheaper proposition - to Slimbridge.
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