This hidden gem in the Vale of Glamorgan is rich in wildlife and is Wales's more southerly point
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Rhoose Point has been designated as a 'Site of Importance for Nature Conservation'. The scenic lakes, grassland areas and dramatic cliffs at Rhoose make it an important site for ecology and biodiversity. The habitat is made up of:
- Lowland calcareous grassland
- Reed beds and ponds
- Maritime cliff and slopes
- Structurally diverse and species-rich mixed scrub
Please note that fishing is not permitted at Rhoose Point.
Rhoose Point Reference Map
Each zone marked on this map has its own character and habitat, should you ever need to contact us please use the correct zone name to help us better assist.
We are committed to following a comprehensive management plan to preserve Rhoose Point as naturalistic area.