A growing number of other Welsh Water Adventures can be found across Wales.
Owned and cared for by Welsh Water our Visitor Attractions are here for you to enjoy. They are hubs for health, wellbeing and recreation, reconnecting you to the outdoors and water. They can be found in some of the most stunning locations and they’re free to enter and open all year round.
Choose your next Welsh Water Adventure.
Welsh Water operates 91 reservoirs varying in size from 2 to 1,026 acres. These include a national portfolio of Visitor Attractions known as ‘Welsh Water Adventures’. They are hubs for health, wellbeing and recreation. They reconnect people with water and the environment, whilst maintaining, protecting and enhancing the ecological value of each site.
Welsh Water is the sixth largest of the ten regulated water and sewerage companies in England and Wales. It is a ‘not-for-profit company’ and does not have shareholders. Any financial surpluses are reinvested in the business for the benefit of customers.
Part of the rugged Cambrian Mountains, the Elan Valley sprawls across 72 square miles of outstanding scenic beauty. The unspoilt landscapes, home to thriving plant and wildlife are made even more compelling by the Victorian dams, reservoirs and welcoming Visitor Centre. An International Dark Sky Park, Elan Valley’s natural beauty shines bright day and night.
A brand-new jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown will be opening this year. The redevelopment at Llys-y-Frân Lake has included the refurbishment and expansion of the visitor centre and café. A new Outdoor Activity Centre and Waterside Cabin is being built to support walkers, cyclists and watersports enthusiasts. It will include a food stop, meeting rooms, changing facilities and cycle hire.
A truly special forested site with trout fishery, cycle hire, adventure playground, visitor centre and café with views for days from the balcony. Llyn Brenig is also home to rare nesting ospreys that can be seen from April to the end of August. With 23km of shoreline stretching around one of the largest areas of inland water in Wales it is recognised as one of the best top-of-the-water fisheries in the UK.
Extensive work is being done to restore Cardiff’s reservoirs to their former glory. Exciting plans are being developed to create a hub for health, well-being and recreation in the capital city.
We work in partnership with various communities and organisations including Natural Resources Wales and Welsh Government to create hubs for recreation, health and wellbeing. Contributing to the Well-being of Future Generations Act and a ‘green recovery’ in Wales.
Swiss Valley Reservoirs, also known as Cwm Lliedi are located just outside Llanelli in Carmarthenshire are a popular beauty spot. Llanelli Rural Council has recently adopted the site as part of an innovative community adoption.