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We've done this part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path many times. Our favourite walk is to park up in the National Trust car park in Bosherston and walk down past the lily Ponds to the beach and then along the cliff top to Stackpole Quay. This isn't a difficult walk and depending on pace and ability is probably about 1.5-2 hours in each direction. The views are breathtaking (literally on a windy day!). The walk along the cliff tops takes you to Barafundle Bay. If you cross the golden sands and climb the steps at the otherside another 10-15 walk find you in Stackpole Quay. Here in the Boathouse Cafe you'll find a range of homemade foods to sustain you for the return trip. We are very well travelled around the UK and across the world, but this is our most favourite walk. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

Done this many times ,you get to see otters,one of the largest lilly ponds in europe,lots of rare birds,forest walk ,pond walk, beach walk,cliff walk,farm walk, all this in one !

Thank you the site is brilliant Regards Jon

mountain biking
10 months ago

Lydstep to Saundersfoot (via Penally and Tenby) is a very good, and at times challenging, mountain bike ride. Best to avoid Winter months as certain areas can get overly muddy!

hiking
Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Gorgeous, remote, ocean views with lovely countryside. It does get very narrow and you are right by the edge of the cliff in some spots; be careful in windy conditions and watch out for the sheep that will block your path from time to time! I did a 5 mile stretch of the trail which was challenging yet pleasant.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

We have walked the trail from Dale to St David's. Absolutely gorgeous!

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
Monday, September 18, 2017