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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 22. Solva to St.David’s

This walk starts at the pretty village of Solva and continues westwards along a wonderful stretch of the coast to Porth Clais before heading inland to finish at Britain’s smallest city, St.David’s. Solva We start the walk at Main street in Lower Solva, which is lined with a variety of independent art shops and colourful …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 21. Nolton Haven to Solva Harbour

For our first walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in 2022 we returned, in March, to Nolton Haven. We parked at the car park just across the road from the beach, so there’s very easy access to join the coast path. The walk is northwards to Solva Harbour, just over 8 miles on the coast …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 20. Broad Haven to Nolton Haven.

This circular walk heads north on the coast path from the beachfront at Broad Haven to Nolton Haven, returning to the start via quiet country lanes. Heavy overnight rain had given way to a much fresher day with sun and light cloud cover, very pleasant conditions for a coastal walk in November. We parked near …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 19. Marloes to Broad Haven

We returned to Marloes in October for our next walk in this series, to continue on the trail northwards to St. Brides Bay. We parked in a lay-by on the quiet country lane which leads from Marloes village towards the coast, fortunately it’s right opposite a gate for the link path which leads along fields …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 16. Sandy Haven to The Gann

Walk 16 starts on the western side of Sandy Haven, our previous walk having reached the eastern side of this tidal inlet. There’s very limited parking on this side of the Haven, a layby on the country lane near Skerryback Farm provides a safe space only a short distance uphill from the lane which leads …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 15. Milford Haven to Sandy Haven

Our plans to make progress with a series of walks on the Pembrokeshire coast this year were thrown into disarray when the coronavirus / Covid-19 global pandemic resulted in the UK implementing a national lockdown in March 2020. In Wales non-essential travel was limited to 5 miles from a home address and activities such as …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 12. Angle Bay to Pwllcrochan

Since starting out on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Amroth, experiencing the magnificent scenery along every section of the South Pembrokeshire coastline had become the norm. In the maritime heyday of tall sailing ships the natural deep waterway of Milford Haven was renowned for its scenic beauty and famously described by Lord Nelson as the …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 11. Angle Peninsula & Freshwater West

Our 11th walk in this series covers the coast path and countryside of the Angle Peninsula in South Pembrokeshire. This walk was completed in Spring 2019 with fine blue sky weather, perfect conditions for a coastal walk. Our start point was the beach car park at West Angle Bay which is situated at the end …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 10. Castlemartin Range West

The coastline between the Green Bridge of Wales and Freshwater West lies within the military training area of Castlemartin Range West. As this area has no public access, the official Wales Coast Path route turns inland at Stack Rocks, missing out the coastline by following the highway lanes to Castlemartin village and onto Freshwater West. …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 9. St. Govan’s & Green Bridge of Wales

This walk includes a visit to the ancient site of St. Govan’s, then westwards across a rugged and wild coastal landscape to the awesome natural rock feature 'The Green Bridge of Wales'. As this area is part of the Ministry Of Defence Castlemartin Range East, access is restricted on military training days and planning a …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 8. Bosherston and Castlemartin Range East

This walk starts from the village of Bosherston, joins the coast path at Broad Haven South and continues on a clifftop walk. The walk can be either a short 4 mile circular, or as an extended 10.25 miles to Stack Rocks (see Walk 9) and returning to Bosherston. Bosherston is a small village with picturesque …

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Pembrokeshire Coast Walk 7. Barafundle Bay & Stackpole Estate

This 5 miles circular walk starts at the National Trust site at Stackpole Quay. Car parking is available at a cost of £5 or free to Trust members. The first 2 miles of this walk are on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Along the way are a couple of the finest beaches on the Pembrokeshire coastline, …

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