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12 days ago

a wonderful place to visit. Easy walking with clear paths.

We parked at the St Govan car park(free) next to the MOD firing range. After visiting the chapel we walked the 4 miles or so through the range past Huntsmans Leap, The Cauldron and the Stacks to The Green Bridge viewing platform and back. The walk is an easy one along a rough road with limited views of the coast from the road itself ,although there are plenty of opportunities to divert to the cliffs themselves for exploration.

Great walk! We started at 11 a.m from St David’s visitor centre and went past the hotel towards Caerfai beach. Turned right for a fantastic walk along the cliffs. Path was very well worn and easy. By the time we got round the headland level with Ramsey island , it was around 4 p.m (This was because all of the excellent photo opportunities and seal and dolphin spotting)! As we were eating out that night and staying an hours drive away,we reluctantly shorted the walk by turning right at a finger post signed for St David’s, which was on the cliff path around 400 yards short of the the 2 lifeboat stations. This was a well signposted acorn trail back into St David’s.Next time we will give it the full days treatment and take in the beach aswell as it is such a great walk.

A great walk with fantastic views. The path is in very good condition which makes this a very straight forward route.

Nice walk, took around 2hrs although just before the r/a there's a fence blocking the path continuing onto the footpath on the roadside

the best part of the walk is from Dinas Island to Newport; spectacular. the route from Fishguard is not quite as glorious. path conditions are very good.

Good weather on our walk. Can be very steep in places certainly not flat like the review says. Not Snowden but certainly not a walk along the prom!Not great for young kids. Also not as many views of the coast as you would expect as a lot of it is in woodland or your view is restricted by high Bracken. Good walk but we think there are many better around this neck of the woods.

Thoroughly enjoyed this walk. We started from Stackpole Quay car park (£6all day)Very easy going with no steep climbs .weather was part cloudy about 22 degrees.great views all the way including the cliff tops and round the Lily lakes. Also as an add-on if you get to the Bosherston car park and go out and turn left and there is a cafe and a pub where you can stop for refreshments.also toilets in the car park .all in all great walk about 5 hours altogether because of all the excellent views and photo stops.

less impressive views than St Davids. few places to settle in to enjoy the view.

Great walk, can be steep in places so some degree of fitness is needed.

A varied circular walk along the coastline, across fields and farm tracks and finally through the trees. Paths well maintained.

beautiful views

1 month ago

We really enjoyed this walk but it is pretty tough! Amazing views though so well worth it and plenty of places to stop to eat and enjoy your surroundings

1 month ago

We had a lovely day waking this route, lots of wildlife to see and views to be in awe of. We saw seals, beetles, ponies and many butterflies. Beautiful wildflowers too. I would agree with the previous reviewer that it is a bit of a scramble over rocky hills at times, particularly in the second half of the walk.

The coastal path is pretty good, great views over and over. Several spots to stop and take a break if you want. Only a handful of climbs. But the cut back through the fields wasn't that great. the path was unclear at times, lots of... sheep "droppings".. as you'd expect, and a few stretches of high, prickly brushes. Jeans are recommended if going through there. Cooler breeze at the North/North-Western edge of the coast.

no shade
1 month ago

This is an easy very nice trail along the coast. We were very lucky and spotted some dolphins.

This is a very nice trail along the cliffs where you can see lots of wildlife. Highly recommended.

easy six mile stroll. You will pass to beaches, sheet rock cliffs with lots of sea birds we even saw puffins. Then you will go to Lilly pond lake in a wooded area and back round.

Long walk good time to waste five hours and beautiful views

Done this walk 5 or 6 times. Highlights have got to be the lily ponds in Bosherston and the stunning beach at Barafundle. Something for everyone

it's a very scenic walk. There are some steep parts between tenby and saundersfoot and a particularly steep set of stairs resembling the 700 steps of highhrothgar so take it slow if you're carrying a backpack and watch your footing. Other than that I highly recommend it, theres a stream about halfway between Tenby and Saundersfoot so if you take a water filter you can re-fuel quite easily.

3 months ago

A lovely walk, but it's certainly not correct to describe it as 'relatively flat'. There are quite a few vigorous slopes on the part from the lighthouse back to the car park - a couple of times getting close to scrambling.

Excellent walk with some great views. well defined footpaths. My family and I really enjoyed this walk

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
Sunday, April 29, 2018

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!

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.

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

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