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
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...and really wild it was! For it's tenth year founder Julia Horton- Powdrill and organiser Ian Griffiths from Celtic Camping, pulled out all the stops!
Pembrokeshire has a great selection of spas in stunning locations that will re-vitalise and energise, guaranteeing you’ll leave with a spring in your step.
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.