A southerly gem of Holy Island’s heathland habitat where you can find the spotted rock-rose – Anglesey’s county flower.
Our 36 nature reserves are open, helping you maintain a connection with the natural world. Please note that you should always observe social distancing requirements when visiting these sites and follow the Countryside Code. You can contact us in advance for details if you wish.
While away the hours exploring this spectacular patchwork of habitats, each with its own unique character and array of wildlife.
This peaceful pocket of woodland has been reclaimed by nature after hundreds of years of quarrying. Only parts of the reserve are open to the public.
A real wildlife haven with a spectacular seabird colony at its heart. A visit to Cemlyn is filled with possibility – you never know what might turn up!
Surrounded by agriculture and urban housing, these wildflower-rich fields and mature hedgerows create a haven for wildlife.
Overlooking the Menai Strait on one side and with views of Snowdonia on the other, this is a much-loved wild oasis in the heart of Bangor.
Coastal waders and woodland birds await you in this lovely strip of woodland overlooking the world-famous Menai Strait.
Wander through wildflowers whilst gazing out to sea or across the Snowdonia mountain range.
A fantastic place to get close to wildlife, where bird hides give you the chance to really spend time with the reserve’s residents. There’s never a dull moment!
Swathed in wildflowers in spring and summer and offering lovely views of the coast, this traditional hay meadow offers a glimpse of our countryside’s past.