A tough walk in wild surroundings. It’s quite a long way but there’s no easy way to tackle it apart from doing it all in one go. You can escape at the mid point at Ceibwr Bay but you need to walk inland to Moylegrove to pick up the bus. Cemaes Head is probably the best place in Wales for seal pup spotting in the autumn.
Refreshments: Pubs and cafes in Newport. Cafe at Poppit. Visitor Centre with a cafe, plus fish and chip shop and pubs in St Dogmaels.
Attractions en-route: Y Felin Mill in St Dogmaels, St Dogmaels Abbey (ruins), St Dogmaels Visitor Centre.
Nearest Tourist Information Centre: Newport. 2 Bank Cottages, Long Street.
Tel: 01239 820912
The Gwaun Valley (Cwm Gwaun) begins in Fishguard, where the namesake river runs into the sea. It is a perfect little tucked away landscape wonder.
Helen Rushbrook and son Oli recount their Pembrokeshire family adventures, including coasteering at Abereiddy and a BBQ on Dale beach...
Walk on the wild side in Pembrokeshire this summer! Swing through the trees, say ‘Hello’ to our Pride of Pembrokeshire lions, and find out what a bearded dragon looks like!
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.