Category: Walks

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Walking the Coast Path

We’re continuing to publishing some articles on walking in Pembrokeshire that you can enjoy virtually… and have something to look forward to doing when the lockdown is finally lifted… It is midwinter in Wales...

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A Walk Round the Castle

We’re going to be publishing some walks that you can enjoy virtually… or look forward to doing when the lockdown is finally lifted… They say a walk is always quicker on the way back…...

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Hidden gems of the Castlemartin Range

We will be continuing to publish information and suggestions on walking in Pembrokeshire in the hope of giving readers things to look forward to when the coronavirus crisis is over. (NB This item is...

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Around St Ishmael’s

Away from its busy inland towns, Pembrokeshire offers huge helpings of tranquillity. And one of its most peaceful areas centres on the southern coastal village of St Ishmael’s. A footway alongside the village’s expansive...

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A Royal Day Out

I set off from Dale for a date with royalty – or at least with royal history – and sunshine decided to accompany me all the way. It was such a lovely day that...

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Carn Ingli – A Walk in Wet Rain

My host at the Seaview Hotel in Fishguard explained that there are two types of rain in Pembrokeshire: the dry rain (which only wets your clothes) and the wet rain (which penetrates your clothes...

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Foel Cwmcerwyn Walk

You might think that Pembrokeshire’s highest point would be a struggle to get up to. But the drama of the prize – to be able to see across the whole county – is not...

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A Peaceful Walk in Fishguard

Just a few steps away from Fishguard’s Lower Town harbour and its much-trumpeted film associations with Under Milk Wood and Moby Dick is an attraction that has nothing to do with great Welsh eccentrics or great white whales....