Ceredigion Coast Walk 1. Gwbert to St. Dogmael’s

In late February we ventured to Ceredigion, West Wales, for our first coast path walks outside of Pembrokeshire. Ceredigion is Pembrokeshire’s northern neighbour and the county boundary is the estuary of the River Teifi. We stayed at The Gwbert Hotel in the coastal hamlet of Gwbert-on-Sea, three miles north of Cardigan. The hotel is located directly on …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 4. Manorbier to Lydstep Haven

This coast path walk in South Pembrokeshire started at Manorbier beach car park, to Lydstep Haven with a visit included to the secluded bay of Church Doors at Skrinkle Haven on the return walk. At Manorbier we set off from the car park down the sandy track leading to the wide scenic beach. The track …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 3. Tenby to Lydstep Haven

Returning to Pembrokeshire to walk the next section of the coast path from Tenby to Lydstep Haven was really enjoyable in fine early autumn weather. We started this walk within the town’s medieval walls, passing the stone tower which sits high above South Beach and along The Esplanade. The pavement footpath here provides a superb …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 2. Saundersfoot to Tenby

We returned to Pembrokeshire for our next short walk walk of the coast path between the popular resort towns of Saundersfoot and Tenby, a distance of just under 5 miles. This walk starts at Coppet Hall Beach car park for details of the facilities available at this site. From the car park we walked out …

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Coba, Mexico: Climb a Mayan pyramid!

Riviera Maya is a popular holiday destination on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. The area is renowned for its coastline of pristine beaches, mangroves, lagoons, ecological reserves, adventure parks and amazing cenotes. The area is also famous for the many ancient Mayan archaeological ruins, but only at one site in the Yucatan Peninsula do you have the unique …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 1. Amroth to Saundersfoot Harbour

Amroth is a start point for the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail which was opened in 1970. The majority of the trail is within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park an outstandingly beautiful area and Britain’s only coastal National Park. This first section, our very first 'Short walk on a long path' is a very easy going 'there and …

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