Know before you go
Parking informationParking is very limited near the northern end of the reserve on Gorad Rd or Hwfa Rd (LL57 2BN); there is no parking at the southern end
The Wales Coastal Path passes through the reserve and can be accessed from the northern and southern ends of the reserve. Paths through the wood are narrow, steep with numerous steps and may be difficult in wet weather. The adjacent shore is not part of the nature reserve; please be aware of tidal conditions if visiting this area.
The Wales Coastal Path runs through the reserve and you cross neighbouring fields before entering the reserve
When to visit
Opening timesOpen at all times
Best time to visitSpring/summer for birds and flowers
About the reserve
Nantporth is a situated adjacent to the shore of the Menai Strait and includes areas of coastal limestone woodland. Old quarries within the reserve give a unique atmosphere. Also of interest is the population of whitebeam trees.