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Bluebell woods in Wales

Lose yourself in gorgeous bluebells this spring in one of Wales' most beautiful bluebell woods.

Graig Fawr

Graig Fawr, Port Talbot

Go exploring and you'll find six sites of archaeological interest including a World War II station and a 14th Century Monk's Bath House. There are dramatic views from the upper footpath and a spectacular bluebell display in spring.

Coed Aber Artro

Coed Aber Artro, Llanbedr, Harlech

Scramble over rocky outcrops, past bubbling springs and trickling streams on a search for bluebells at Coed Aber Artro. They shouldn't be too tricky to find, blanketing the woodland floor under the tall canopy.

Coed Ceunant

Coed Ceunant, Llanbedr, Dyffryn Clywd

Wander along sunken pathways lined with bracken and gorse to find sunny spots full of cheerful bluebells. Look out for wildlife at the pond and try to spot native trees including birch and beech.

Coed y gopa

Coed y Gopa, Abergele

Take in breathtaking coastal views as you walk through this stunning bluebell wood on a limestone hillside. Explore the 'Giant's Castle' Iron Age fort and look out for wildlife including the stinking hellebore.

Coed y garth

Coed y Garth, Ffynnongroew, Mostyn

This ancient semi natural woodland is full of exciting surprises, from gushing waterfalls to gorgeous trees, absorb all the sights and sounds on your bluebell walk. Look out for lovely carved benches for a quick pit stop.

Green castle woods

Green Castle Woods, Llangain, Near Carmarthen

Treat yourself to a wildflower delight at Green Castle Woods. Carpeted with bluebells, wild garlic and wood anemones this rich wood is a wildlife haven, with meadows, centuries-old hedges and sunken lanes.

Coed gwempa

Coed Gwempa, Pontantwn

As you look out for beautiful bluebells keep your eyes peeled for meadowsweet and dog violet as well. Ancient trees grow in this lush woodland and native dormice have been spotted here.

Plas Power

Plas Power, near Wrexham

This ancient woodland stretching along the Clywedog Valley is one of our most popular Welsh sites. It's home to a spectacular variety of wildlife and stunning bluebell carpets in spring.

gaer fawr

Gaer fawr, Guilsfield

Explore this hilltop oak woodland for the chance to see a breathtaking display of bluebells this spring. Follow the winding paths to the summit to find the Iron Age fort and drink in the sweeping views.

cwm george and casehill

Cwm George & Casehill Woods, Dinas Powys

Visit the ancient sections of this large wood for impressive bluebell displays and also early purple orchid. Head to the ridge between the river valley and gorge to step back in time and find the Dinas Powys hill fort built around 450 BC.


Wentwood, Llanfair Discoed

Wander through the tall trees to find the floor blanketed with beautiful bluebells. This conifer plantation, which is in the process of being restored, is also full of wildlife, including bats, dormice, turtle doves and spotted flycatchers.