This stage can be a tough route with many steep uphill sections but has an amazing diversity of landscape. Towering sea cliffs and stacks with The Green Bridge of Wales and Stack Rocks, home to thousands of squabbling sea birds, highlights on the way.
The landscape changes as you reach the dune backed surfers paradise of Freshwater West beach, location for several Hollywood films.
The path takes you across the Angle Pennisula into the shelter of the Milford Haven waterway and views of the Nepolionic fort of Thorn Island and journey's end at The Old Point House pub, a short walk from the village.
Attractions en-route: St Govan’s Chapel. Stack Rocks & The Green Bridge of Wales. The fortified tower in Angle village.
Nearest Tourist Information Centres : Tenby, Upper Park Road (Next to the bus station)
Tel : 01834 842404
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A thousand years ago, Pembrokeshire was described as a land of mystery and enchantment – or gwlad hud a lledrith, and this still rings true today.
Your first morning in Pembrokeshire, waking up to the birds singing and the smell of sea salt on the air. Your first thoughts are “I.. need.. coffee.. NOW!”
When the kids are full of fun family bike rides are a great way to see the countryside and burn off some excess energy.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.