Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Statistics

5 - 6

hrs

722

m

723

m

7

max┬░

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

Making your way to St Davids peninsular you are rewarded with wonderful views of the glorious beach and landscape below.

You arrive at Abereiddy beach and then your next stop will be the Blue Lagoon.

An old quarry, just north of the beach in Abereiddy Bay, that was abandoned and flooded in 1910, as the rock that separated it from the sea was demolished, allowing the waves to flow in.

Now a stunning pool of jade green waters, it attracts lots of dare devils diving from the cliffs. You have a lovely easy walk to Porthgain harbour and pass a beautiful beach with very limited access but amazing views.

The harbour has a pub and great fish & chips making this an ideal stop for lunch.

You continue to the pretty hamlet of Abercastle.

A small coastal village that in its heyday was a busy trading port.

Today, its sheltered harbour makes it popular with sea kayakers and divers.