Bask in bluebells in Wales

The sight of bluebells is a seasonal highlight not to be missed. Whether you want to walk among them, or just sit back and marvel at the view, carpets of nodding blue flowers are beginning to unfold across the countryside and gardens of Wales.

A woodland filled with bluebells in the Spring

Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire 

Dinefwr is the only parkland National Nature Reserve in Wales and is bursting with colourful flowering plants – especially in spring. But, Dinefwr’s pretty famous for their bloomin' good Bluebell display on Rookery Ridge. Pick up a map at reception and follow the Cattle trail to see these delightful flowers throughout May.

Beautiful bluebells at Chirk Castle

Chirk Castle, Wrexham 

Enjoy a self-led walk through the woods and see the cheerful bluebells and other spring delights at Chirk Castle. Follow the blue trail on the estate walk into the woodland to find all the best places to view this beautiful bluebell woodland.

Looking across a carpet of bluebells in the Old Park towards Bodnant Hall

Bodnant Garden, Conwy 

Following the swathes of daffodils in the Old Park come the bluebells, fanning out from the dappled shade of wooded glades and meadows right down to the riverside gardens of the Dell and Far End.

Bluebells in bloom at Penhryn Castle

Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd 

The bluebells have followed hot on the heels of the daffodils this year at Penrhyn Castle. Enjoy a walk around the stunning grounds and gardens to see all the delights these stunning springtime blooms have to offer.

Llanerchaeron woods are covered with snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells in Spring

Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion 

Set in the wooded Aeron valley, Llanerchaeron is a Site of Special Scientific known for its fantastic variety of trees, flora and wildlife. From late April you can see bluebells climbing up the banks of Afon Aeron and scattered throughout the woodland. Amongst the purple droplets you’ll see and smell bursts of wild garlic flowers too.

Close-up of bluebells at Coed-y-Bwnydd, Monmouthshire

Coed y Bwnydd, Monmouthsire 

In spring the gently rolling landscape of this Iron Age hill fort is transformed by a carpet of bluebells, primroses, orchids and red campion, making it a haven for wildlife and visitors alike.

Bluebells at Plas yn Rhiw, Llyn Peninsula

Plas yn Rhiw, Gwynedd 

Escape to Plas yn Rhiw this spring and discover a sheltered garden with spectacular views of Cardigan Bay. You can’t miss the bluebells; they cover the upper woodland giving a spectacular display.

Springtime at Margery Wood, Surrey

Abermawr, Pembrokeshire 

This dramatic section of coastline is also home to peaceful woodland and meadow, which burst into life with speckles of blue in late spring. Take a relaxing one mile circular walk from Abereiddi to Abermawrand and enjoy the spectacle.

Bluebells at Colby Woodland Garden

Colby Woodland Garden, Pembrokeshire 

See how nature has spectacularly transformed this old industrial area into a tranquil valley garden. The woodland in late spring offers lovely walks through bluebells and other wildflowers.