A stunning short, scenic walk not to be missed.
Dale, a tiny seaside village perfect for all water enthusiasts.
This weekend I explored parts of the South Pembrokeshire coastline near the Castlemartin Range. Along this stretch of coastline you can walk from the Green Bridge until as far as you wish east along the coastal path. Before heading out to Stack Rocks and Green Bridge of Wales be sure to plan ahead, double checkContinue reading “Green Bridge of Wales & Stack Rocks #Explore Pembrokeshire”
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire which is now a stones throw away from my home
Travel along the narrow, green and wild flowered tunnelled lanes towards the mouth of the Milford Haven Estuary and you will find the beautiful horseshoe cove tucked away. The Angle Peninsula is a fairly remote landscape often battered by strong westerly winds or on a calm sunny day it is a beautiful walking destination. HeadContinue reading “West Angle Bay #ExplorePembrokeshire”
I think it’s pretty fair to say we’ve had our fair share of rain and wind these past few weeks, but no matter the weather Pembrokeshire is perfect to explore all year round. However, exploring the wonderful outdoors can become a little less thrilling and a little more challenging when British weather gets in theContinue reading “The Best Rainy Day Activities In Pembrokeshire”
2 miles of glorious golden sand backed by a high pebble bank, this vast bay is not only hard to miss upon approaching but also irresistible to avoid.
A stones throw away from the popular tourist town of Tenby is the stunning seaside village, Manobier. A mighty fine attraction to surfers on days of good swell and a blissful place to bathe when calm, Manobier is the perfect place to stop off at if you’re a lover of breathtaking views, a history fanatic,Continue reading “Manobier #ExplorePembrokeshire”