This could be described as The Last Invasion Trail, as it’s where the last invasion of Britain took place. This route can be quite taxing as it’s both rugged and undulating, but there are plenty of opportunities to take breaks. A detour into Fishguard is obligatory to see the last invasion tapestry.
New Train station: The new station at Goodwick opened 14th May 2012, giving much easier access to Goodwick, Fishguard and the Coast Path. The station at Fishguard Harbour is still there for ferry passengers but for anyone not taking the ferry, Goodwick station saves a significant walk back alongside the port.
Refreshments: Pubs and cafes in Goodwick and Fishguard. Ice creams at Fishguard Bay Caravan park. Pub at Pwllgwaelod.
Attractions en-route: Interesting shops in Fishguard, Last Invasion tapestry in the Town Hall, Fishguard Fort.
Nearest tourist information centre: Newport. 2 Bank Cottages, Long Street.Tel : 01239 820912E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Rachel Broomhead from Country Walking Magazine pulls on her walking boots to explore a 12 mile stretch of North Pembrokeshire’s coastline line.
Her award winning books have been published in 14 different languages. We caught up with her recently to see just why Pembrokeshire is so important to her.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.