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St Dogmael’s to Newport Town Walk

Taken from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority walk guide. St Dogmael’s to Newport Town is the most challenging section of the Coast Path, 15.5 miles long with frequent very steep hills. There are no services between Poppit and Newport Sands. Walkers should ensure that they are properly prepared with adequate food, drink and clothing. Walkers […]

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St Dogmaels Circular Walk

Ok walkers here is a nice circular walk around the back of Poppit Sands along the cliffes.  I’ve taken this from the Pembrokeshore Geenways leaflet which can be downloaded cemaeshead The views from on the cliffs are brilliant, if not a little windy.  

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Caldey Island

Caldey Abbey is the home of Cistercian Monks and is one of Britians holy islands.  The monks farm this small island that is just of the coast of Tenby.  Caldey Island was /is famours for perfum and chocalate of all things.  There are frequent boat trips from Tenby harbour out to the island.   On the […]

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Wales Coastal Path

  Now I’m not one for doing much walking other than to the car and back, but news last month the the Welsh coastal path is slowly edging into existence is great news for tourism in Wales and the economic benefits it will bring. Lets hope its finished this year!  

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Holidays in Wales

These are the main holidays that are unique to Wales and celebrated in other parts of the UK, except when they fall on the same day as something else ! Saints’ Days St Davids Day The patron saint of Wales is St David, Welsh: Dewi Sant. St. David’s Day (Dydd G?yl Dewi Sant) is celebrated […]

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