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
Walk from the Ffynone Falls car park through the woods to the waterfall. Have a paddle and take in the scenery before making your way back along the same route.
2. Go further: Bosherston Lily Ponds Adventure Walk, Pembrokeshire
Around 1 hour
Walk along the eastern arm of the flourishing Bosherston Lily Ponds to a viewpoint over Broad Haven South Beach.
3. You’re getting ahead: Ragwen Point Walk, Carmarthenshire
Around 2 hours
A cliff-top walk to a secluded bay with breathtaking views from Pendine. Along the walk you will pass Gilam Point where there is an Iron Age hill-fort.
4. Make a day of it: Cardigan to Mwnt circular walk, Ceredigion
Explore the coastal path from Cardigan to the famous area of Mwnt, taking in the views of the Teifi Estuary and possibly spotting a dolphin or two. Choose to rest half way at Mwnt, either on the beach, or if you’re feeling energetic, you might like to take advantage of the breathtaking views from the top of the hill.
Whatever you decide to do this May, don’t forget to walk! Walking is not only good for the body, but it is also good for the soul. Time to blow away the cobwebs and do something great! If you need help with accommodation, we can help you find your perfect self-catering resting spot in either Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire or Ceredigion… and some even have walks from the door!