Mae Cyngor Sir Penfro yn rheoli cyflwyniad rhaglen Môr Glas (Gwella Traethau) yn ne a de orllewin Cymru.
Mae'r rhaglen Môr Glas (Gwella Traethau) y rhan o Brosiect Twristiaeth Arfordirol Amgylchedd ar gyfer Twf (E4G) Croeso Cymru a ran ariennir gan Gronfa Datblygu Rhanbarthol Ewrop drwy raglen Cydgyfeirio Gorllewin Cymru a'r Cymoedd 2007-13.
Mae'r rhaglen Môr Glas wedi ei chynllunio i wella ansawdd profiadau ymwelwyr ar draethau Arfordir Glas a Baner Las. Mae'r rhaglen yn gwneud cyfraniad ariannol tuag at fuddsoddi mewn gwelliannau i'r amgylchedd arfordirol megis mynediad, cyfleusterau, ailgylchu, toiledau, amwynderau, gwybodaeth a dehongli.
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Here in the South West of Wales we're blessed with world class, award winning beaches such as the Gower's Port Eynon, Carmarthen's Pendine and Pembrey and Cardiganshire's Poppit - to name a few!
These massive expanses of beach, cliff and exposed headlands support habitats and species which can be found throughout the surrounding areas.
Such a wide range of wildlife occurs due to a combination of the underlying geology, soil and aspect, as well as exposure to salt, winds and rainfall. Cliffs and headlands exposed to salt laden winds are carpeted in spring with flowers such as thrift, sea campion, sea plantain and spring squill, joined by bluebells and foxgloves later in May. Other common species include bird's foot trefoil, kidney vetch and wild thyme, while grasses such as red fescue form a soft springy turf.
The Welsh Coast Path is a first. Wales was the first country to provide a dedicated National Trail all the way around its coastline, giving access to 870 miles of stunning coastline for walkers of all ages, ability and fitness, opening up a whole world of discovery to a wider audience. In South West Wales we believe we've got some of the best of those 870 miles - come and see for yourself!