West Wales Walks – St Davids Airfield.

stunning light at St davids

Now a Site of Special Scientific Interest –  the disused airfield of St Davids provides a very unusual and fascinating place to walk, ride or run. With panoramic views around the peninsula, this can be a wonderful place to enjoy the ever-changing skies of Pembrokeshire. With accessible paths and plenty of variety, this part of the National Park is ideal for all ages and abilities and is very popular with dog-walkers.

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West Wales Walks – Whitesands

Whitesands, Pembrokeshire

A Winter Wonder – Porth Mawr (Big harbour) – Whitesands.

The award-winning Blue Flag surfing beach at Whitesands is one of the most famous in Wales and, by Pembrokeshire standards, can get quite busy in the summer. There are seasonal car park charges and it can often be popular enough to use the two overflow parking fields.

Being so close to the tiny city of St. David’s and renowned for the fabulous surf, Whitesands is a favoured destination of beach-lovers from all over the world. With a cafe, toilets and a lifeguard, this stunning location is loved by families, walkers and serious watersports enthusiasts alike.

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West Wales Walks – Newgale to Solva

West Wales Walks Newgale to Solva

Crossing the Landsker Line – Newgale to Solva

If you want to enjoy one of the top coastal walks in the UK then this one is a must – featured in many guides and recommendations for walkers exploring West Wales. Although only 4.6 miles (7.3km) this stretch of the Pembrokeshire National Coast Park coastal path has some strenuous sections and plenty of ups and downs, so you may be tempted to travel back to your starting point on the 411 bus or the seasonal Puffin Shuttle. I would suggest a half day walk to Solva, time for browsing and enjoying the harbour and a pub lunch or picnic before walking back.

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West Wales Walks – Dinas Head, Cwm-Yr-Eglwys & Pwllgwaelod

Cwm-Yr-Eglwys, North Pembrokeshire

For a truly Mediterranean vista and micro-climate, North Pembrokeshire’s picturesque hamlet of Cwm-Yr-Eglwys is the place to visit. This magical little cove and ruined church is popular with locals and … Read more…

West Wales Walks – Trefin (Trevine).

Trevine Beach, Pembrokeshire at low tide, Pembrokeshire

A rugged little cove.

Trefin is a village in the Welsh-speaking area of North Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. It is sometimes given the anglicised spelling Trevine, particularly on older maps, although the official name is Trefin in both English and Welsh. Trefin’s name comes from the Welsh Trefaen meaning ‘village on the rock outcrop’. 

Map of Trefin walk  Click here to get a Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath map of this area.

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