This is one of the most popular sections of The Coast Path, with good reason. It’s a real rollercoaster ride, though, with many steep descents and ascents. The obvious place to take a break is the stunningly picturesque village of Solva.
Refreshments : Pub at Nolton Haven, cafe at either end of Newgale beach, pub at Newgale. Plenty of choice in Solva.
Attractions en-route : Interesting shops and galleries in Solva.
Nearest Tourist Information Centre: St Davids, Oriel y Parc - Landscape Gallery
Tel : 01437 720392
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Winter in Pembrokeshire might not be your first choice for a short break at the darkest time of year, but be assured it’s worth the journey.
This year Glyn Williams, owner of Folly Farm, celebrates his 73rd birthday and here we catch up with the family behind the attraction that has been voted by the public as the Best Day Out in Wales 2016.
North Pembrokeshire or South Pembrokeshire? They’re very different, you know. Travel writer Roger Thomas delves deep into Pembrokeshire’s bipolar psyche.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.