Category: Walks

A Wild Garlic Chase

The remarkable Belinda Ray whose Wild About Spanish language teaching we featured here last year has now settled into her new life in Boncath, on the edge of the Preselis. And when we met...

The Old Man and the Hill

From ALEX BARR     To a man of 80 a 1,000ft hill is Everest. But ever since moving to this house in Fishguard, I knew I had to face the trial of strength...

New Interactive Map for Walkers

  With so many excellent walks to enjoy in Pembrokeshire, we were delighted to hear about the new interactive map from the County Council. The map enables walkers to see all the footpaths and...

To Be a Pilgrim Officer…

 The British Pilgrimage Trust has a job vacancy that readers may be interested in…   Job Vacancies Cymraeg Pilgrimage Officer: County Wexford Pilgrimage Officer: Pembrokeshire Full time until July 2023, fixed term, but with...

Twin Peaks: Garn Fawr and Garn Fechan

Pembrokeshire abounds in wonderful hills… high places that were once the perfect setting for fortifications. The twin peaks of Garn Fawr and Garn Fechan, to the south of Strumble Head, both had hill forts...

Dune Roaming

Newport Sands can be a windswept spot – not necessarily the sort of beach where you’re going to settle down for the day (unless you really do like sand in your sandwiches). But it’s...

Newgale is Unbeatable

There are beaches, there are great beaches… and there is Newgale. However many times you come over the hills and see that immense stretch of sand, it always stuns. We know that Pembrokeshire weather...