This stage is easy walking and mostly on the flat. From Angle the path skirts East Angle bay, numerous estuarine inlets and sheltered bays which are a haven for wildlife, so pack binoculars and a bird book.
The route then takes in the industrial side of Pembrokeshire, past the refineries and finally meanders alongside the Pembroke River and into the town.
The finale to this stage has to be Pembroke Castle. This magnificent castle dominates the town and is the birth place of Henry VII and the Tudor dynasty.
Refreshments : Nothing until you get to Pembroke, where you have plenty of choice.
Attractions en-route : The Tower House at Angle, and Pembroke Castle.
Nearest Tourist Information Centres : Tenby, Upper Park Road (Next to the bus station)
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.