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The beautiful woods, valleys and shores of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire are carpeted in Bluebells at this time of year. Here are some great places to walk and see this year’s magical displays. Let’s look through some of the best places to see bluebells in West Wales.

  • Visit The National Trust Stackpole Estate in Pembrokeshire for a lovely Bluebell and Spring Wildflower walk of 2 miles (about 1 hour)
  • Skomer Island may seem an unlikely place to see them, but the island has carpets of bluebells plus white campion and thrift at this time of year – go on a visit and see the puffins too.
  • Coed Wern Ddu, Llanllwch, Carmarthen. Mixed deciduous and wet woodland with an abundance of bluebells.
  • Poor Man’s Wood, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire – sessile oak woodland with a hazel understorey. An abundance of bluebells lower down in the wood.

A carpet of bluebells in a woodland area

  • Coed Penglanowen,  Nanteos, Ceredigion – in the early summer the western end of the reserve is a spectacular carpet of bluebells
  • Old Warren Hill, Nanteos, Ceredigion – varied woodland covering the top and steep western slopes of Old Warren Hill.  A spectacular display of spring woodland flowers including bluebells and wood anemone.
  • Penderi Cliffs, between Llanrhystud and Monk’s Cave, Ceredigion – oak woodland hanging on to the cliffs with a spectacular spring flower display of bluebells and campion.
  • Pengelli Forest, Pembrokeshire – part of the largest block of ancient oak woodland in West Wales with lovely displays of spring flowers.

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