From Strumble Head via the sleepy fishing villages of Trefin, Abercastle, Porthgain and Abereiddi to the ancient city of St Davids.
The Coastal Path here offers walkers a magical time by linking many small, picturesque fishing villages left mostly unchanged by time. Hidden inlets, sand and shingle beaches and glistening rock pools are just waiting to be explored. This area is an excellent spot for marine wildlife with pods of dolphins, seals and whales frequenting the area.
Abereiddi, North West Pembrokeshire
The North West is great for watersports and is the birthplace of coasteering, a real thrill and a unique way to experience the incredible coastline. The Blue Lagoon, made famous by the Red Bull Cliff Diving Championship can be found in this section of the coastline, as well as one of the best beaches in the world, Whitesands, which is hugely popular with surfers of all skill levels.
Whitesands, St Davids
A trip to or around Ramsey Island should also not be missed, while St. Davids, the smallest city in the country has a selection of excellent restaurants and galleries as well as the stunning Cathedral and Bishop’s palace.
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