Category Archives: West Wales walks

A walkers’ paradise: Delights along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path twists and turns its way for 186 miles along the most stunning coastline in Britain. Walkers love it here for the dramatic scenery, breathtaking wildlife and the hidden gems they discover along the way. The highlights are not … Continue reading

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Six free places to visit in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a popular holiday destination in West Wales and some of our hidden gems are so beautiful, they are completely priceless! Here are 6 of our favourite free Pembrokeshire attractions: The Blue Lagoon These deep greeny-blue waters are surrounded … Continue reading

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Dog friendly: Patch beach

I’ve been walking Ziggy, my whippet on Patch beach in Gwbert a lot recently. It’s not my nearest beach to home, but it really is worth going that little bit further. There’s always plenty of space to park on the road which runs along … Continue reading

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Dog-friendly walking holidays in West Wales

Now that the summer is out of the way and we head into autumn, it’s the best time to start planning your walking holiday with your most loved companion! Beach restrictions are lifted at the end of September, the weather is … Continue reading

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Walking inspiration with outstanding views

May is National Walking Month so here is some inspiration for walks amid fantastic scenery in West Wales. Four walks that offer something for everyone, whether you’re a novice or not! 1. Ready, set, walk!: Ffynone Falls, Carmarthenshire Around 30 minutes … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Enjoy Autumn in West Wales

“October gave a party; The leaves by hundreds came – The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples, And leaves of every name. The Sunshine spread a carpet, And everything was grand, Miss Weather led the dancing, Professor Wind the band.” George Cooper … Continue reading

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Llyn Llech Owain Country Park near Cross Hands

Llyn Llech Owain Country Park is a 158-acre expanse of woods, heath and marsh near Cross Hands in Carmarthenshire with nature trails, wooden adventure playground, toddler playground, café and visitor centre. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), … Continue reading

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Llechryd, the River Teifi & Cilgerran – a 2 hour circular walk

This is a lovely circular walk of about 2 hours from Llechryd in North Pembrokeshire, The sky was blue as we set off from Llechryd Bridge for our walk along the River Teifi to Cilgerran. The riverside path was golden … Continue reading

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2 mile circular walk from Nolton Haven, Pembrokeshire

When the sun is bright on an autumn morning it is time to put all else aside, grab the boots and a picnic and head to the coast. We drove to Nolton Haven, nestling on the edge of the sand … Continue reading

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Sheep Dogs and Welsh Cakes: Welsh Museums Festival October 2014

2014 is the year of the first ever Welsh Museums Festival, to be held from 4 – 12 October  at museums across Wales.  See below for those in the West Wales area. Exhibitions, events and activities will include exclusive access … Continue reading

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