South Cornelly can be found near its sister North Cornelly in Bridgend county, South Wales. The M4 passes to the north of the village, giving easy access to Swansea, Porthcawl and Cardiff. A short walk leads to the Kenfig Burrows and the Kenfig Nature reserve, home to an array of wildlife, a walk down the boardwalk leads to the 70-acre pool where you can watch the birds in one of the many hides.
The Kenfig and Margam Sands stretch for miles from Port Talbot to Porthcawl. Popular with equestrians, walkers and joggers, and, if the weather is right it is not unknown for the odd naturist to sunbathe among the sand dunes. ....
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