The journey on the southern section of this beautiful coast will take you from Milford Haven, where the tranquil Daugleddau estuary feeds into one of the finest natural deep water harbours in the world - to the peaceful seaside village of Amroth, with its wide sandy beach and the acknowledged "end" of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
The trail is filled with contrasting features, such as the spectacular limestone cliffs, stacks and arches of the Castlemartin Peninsula, the Bosherston lakes, 3 flooded limestone valleys best known for their covering carpet of lilies and the steep-sided wooded valleys inland from Amroth.
The most beautiful beaches of the county can be found in this section of the coast path such as those at Freshwater West, (where a scene was filmed for Harry Potters Deathly Hallows film), Broad Haven South and Barafundle Bay, possibly the most beautiful beach in Britain.
Other highlights include the charming walled town of historic Pembroke, with its Norman Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, the spectacular 13th Century chapel built into the rocks at St Govans Head, the tiny harbour at Stackpole Quay, the romantic, fairy tale setting of the Norman Castle at Manorbier and the quaint and picturesque seaside town of Tenby.
A memorable walk during which, you will see some of Wales' most charming coastal landscape, wildlife, stunning scenery and history.
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Recommended dates to walk this route
Although this walk may be undertaken all year round, we would advise against the winter months purely due to the shorter daylight hours in this period. Also, a lot of the accommodations and food outlets close during these months.
A more relaxed daily mileage allows you to spend an additional day walking this section of the Pembrokeshire. Begin the southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in the bustling maritime town of Milford Haven, and explore the many castles and seaside towns that are dotted along this coastline. Take the time to explore the picturesque and tranquil lakes at Bosherston, with an additional night’s stay in the pretty fishing village of Tenby before ending your journey in Amroth.
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Castlemartin Firing Range is open to walk through on the weekend and selected dates each month. Dates are published online, normally 1-2 months in advance. Dates can be checked here. If the range is closed to the public, you can walk an alternative inland route, which adds 1.5 miles to the daily walk. The coastal bus is currently not in operation, so we will advise on taxi alternatives if you prefer not to walk 19.5 miles.
The following items are optional and can be removed to reduce the cost of your holiday.
6 Days / 7 Nights 10.5 miles daily avg
Number in Group: 2
Based on Two people sharing a Double or Twin Room
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