Pembrokeshire walk 12. Angle Bay to Pwllcrochan

After the stunning scenery of the South Pembrokeshire coastline it was a little difficult to be enthused about the next stages of the coast path between Angle Bay and Cleddau Bridge. In the maritime heyday of tall sailing ships the natural deep waterway of Milford Haven was renowned for its scenic beauty and famously described …

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

This walk from St. Govan’s headed westwards across a remote, rugged and wild coastal landscape until reaching 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 walk here in advance is …

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Pembrokeshire Walk 8. Bosherston to St. Govan’s

This circular walk starts from the village of Bosherston, to Broad Haven South and across to the St. Govan’s Headland and returning to the village by country lane. It’s an opportunity to enjoy another walk through the wonderfully scenic Stackpole Estate, following the trails around the famous lily ponds down to Broad Haven South dunes …

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Pembrokeshire Walk 7. Barafundle Bay & Stackpole estate

This 5 mile circular walk starts at Stackpole Quay, covers 2 miles of coast path including 2 of the best beaches (Barafundle and Broad Haven South) on the Pembrokeshire coastline, then links with a nature reserve trail around the wonderful Bosherston lily ponds and Stackpole estate. Barafundle Bay is one of our favourite places in …

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Pembrokeshire Walk 6. Freshwater East to Stackpole Quay

We returned to Pembrokeshire in mid October for our next walk from Freshwater East westwards to the National Trust site of Stackpole Quay.Our accomodation was again Rosedene Guest House near Pembroke. It’s a really nice guest house set in a peaceful, rural location, an ideal base to explore this part of South Pembrokeshire. It’s an easy drive …

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Manorbier

After completing walking sections of the coast path in both directions from Manorbier, we decided to spend some time at the village, tour the Norman Castle and then relax at the fine beach. We arrived at Manorbier’s beach car park and walked the sandy track alongside the stream which flows down to the beach. The …

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Pembrokeshire Walk 5. Freshwater East to Manorbier

Our next walk was the section between Trewent Holiday Village at Freshwater East heading east to Manorbier. This was a return to Trewent Park as we had stayed there a few times in the distant past over 15 years ago. It’s a nice holiday village and Freshwater East Bay is exactly as we remember from …

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Pembrokeshire 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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