Pembrokeshire Coast Path leads steadily alongside the welsh coastal cliff. It is considered one of the most beautiful long-distance paths in Britain.

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3,657

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3,667

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

Spectacular cliffs, large beaches, hidden bays and many panorama views: The Landscape you cross on Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers many highlights.

Moreover it is considered a popular aim for birdwatchers - numerous species nestle along the cliffs and on the small islands just off the coast.

With some luck, you will even spot seals and porpoises.

For them the sea next to the National Park is an ideal hunting ground. The path offers you cultural as well as historical sites.

The region in western Wales has been populated for many centuries: You will pass remains of stone ditches from the Bronze Age, Celtic fortifications and Medieval churches.

The most famous points of interest are Pembroke Castle and St David's Cathedral.

But modern times also leave their traces, for example the huge oil refineries at the bay of Milford Haven. equipment Standard equipment for multi-day hiking: Solid shoes, large backpack, enough comfortable clothing, water and food supplies, first aid kit, mobile phone and map, protection against sun and rain