A very scenic and varied walk that takes in some of Pembrokeshire’s most remarkable beaches and some historical sites.
The Kings Quiot, on the path just before you get to Manorbier, is an ancient burial chamber and of course there's Manorbier castle itself. Further long the coast path you'll reach the Stackpole Estate built by the Cawdor family and now in the care of the National Trust, plus the enchanting St Govan's chapel, a hermits cell built in the cliff at the stage end.
The beaches of Barafundle and Broad Haven south will provide the perfect location for a lunch stop or a chance to dip you toes in their clear waters.
The gradients on this section aren’t too taxing, but it’s strenuous nonetheless.
Refreshments: Cafe & restaurant by the beach at Freshwater East. Cafe at Stackpole Quay. Pub & cafe in Bosherston.
Attractions en-route: Manorbier Castle, Bosherston Lakes, St Govan’s Chapel.
Nearest Tourist Information Centres: Tenby, Upper Park Road (Next to the bus station)
Tel: 01834 842404
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.