This is one section of The Coast Path that is best done as a circular walk as the return leg takes you into St Davids by way of a delightful back lane. It’s relatively level all the way round.
Refreshments: Whitesands Bay cafe. Plenty of choice in St Davids.
Attractions en-route: Boat trips from St Justinians, St Davids Bishops Palace, Oriel y Parc landscape gallery and National Park visitor centre, and St Davids Cathedral.
Nearest Tourist Information Centre: St Davids at Oriel y Parc
Tel : 01437 720392
Probably the coolest new adventure sport to try, Stand Up Paddleboarding (or SUPing) aims to put have even the wobbliest of sea legs exploring the Pembrokeshire coast in no time!
What goes in to being a Ranger for the National Park? We caught up with Ian Meopham to find out how he spends his days, and whether that westerly wind is his only companion on the coastal path.
Travel writer Ferne Arfin explores the UK for About.com and in need of some R&R, she headed west to Saundersfoot in search of bliss.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.