A surprisingly taxing walk but with continuous interest along its entire length.
At very low tide you can walk all the way from Amroth to Saundersfoot along the beach to see interesting exposed geology, including coal measures.
Enjoy the woodland section that takes you around Giltar Point between Saundersfoot and Tenby, as there aren't many trees elsewhere on the coast path.
This section of coast path also affords great views across to Caldey Island and further afield to the Gower and Devon on a really clear day.
Refreshments: Plenty of choice in Saundersfoot & Tenby. Pub at Wiseman's Bridge. Pub & restaurant in Lydstep.
Attractions en-route: Tudor Merchant's House (National Trust) in Tenby. Tenby Museum & Art Gallery.
Nearest Tourist Information Centre: Tenby, Upper Park Road (Next to the bus station)
Tel: 01834 842404 / 01834 842402
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While a basic survival course may not be necessary on your visit to Pembrokeshire… it sure is fun! Join our local wilderness expert, Buzzard Chris, for a crash course in bushcraft skills.
The rugged shoreline of Pembrokeshire also offers outstanding opportunities for anglers. Here are just a few of the many productive spots for rock fishing.
Few landscapes are more enticing to a horse and rider than an open moorland mountain or a cool woodland bridleway.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.