Ewenny and Spring Flowers Walk - Vale Trail 10
This is an idyllic, rural trail where walkers can enjoy delightful natural views and some created by talented historical figures
St Brides, Corntown, Ewenny and Coed y Bwl Nature Reserve: 8 miles / St Brides loop: 3 miles / Corntown loop: 5 miles
It starts in the village of St. Bride’s Major, with it’s historic church of St. Bridget’s, while at its farthest point is Ewenny Priory, the most complete Norman church in Wales and the setting for one of JMW Turner’s finest works of art.
There are outstanding views across South Wales. On a clear day walkers will see the Beacon at Rhossili Down, Gower as well as the Somerset coast and inland Wales.
Other local highlights include the clapper bridge across the River Alun and the Coed y Bwl Nature Reserve, also known as ‘Daffodil Wood’.
Start Point: Car park, St Brides Major village CF32 6SA Grid ref: SS895750
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This is an idyllic, rural trail where walkers can enjoy delightful natural views and some created by talented historical figures.
Ewenny and Spring Flowers Walk
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