The Pembrokeshire Coast Path twists and turns its way along one of the most breathtaking stretches of coastal scenery in Britain. The trail begins in the southern village of Amroth and finishes in St Dogmaels, near Cardigan in the North. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape, from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves, to vast open beaches and winding estuaries. For much of the time, the path hugs close to the cliff-tops, giving us a new experience with a varying succession of beautiful sandy beaches, hidden coves, picturesque harbours, dormant fishing villages, a Celtic Saints’ chapel, views overlooking islands, and incredible marine and seabird colonies.
The southern section of the Coastal Path begins in Amroth and continues through Tenby Harbour. This charming small town is definitely a highlight with its colourful houses. This section covers some of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful beaches, and truly is the most popular and busiest section of the path.
In its entirety, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers a physical challenge unlike many others—its 35,000 feet of ascent and descent is said to resemble climbing Mount Everest. We are going to walk only a small part of it covering over 30км in two days. Our journey will be split into two parts by an overnight stay at the seaside town of Manorbier.
Saturday: 07:45 meet at the Hotel Novotel London West, 1 Shortlands, W6 8DR (ten minutes walk from Hammersmith Sation); 08:00 sharp departure; 12:30-18:30 walking along the coast Amroth to Lydstep (Challenging, Distance: 20 Km/Ascent: 450 metres, sunset 18:00); 18:30 check-in at the sea-side accommodation in Manorbier near the Norman Castle free time for dinner & sunset at the Atlantic ocean.
Sunday: 08:00-08:30 breakfast; 08:30-15:00 hiking from Lydstep to St Govans (Challenging, Distance: 24 Km/Ascent: 500 metres), 15:30-16:30 lunch near Castle Pembroke in a historic pub, established circa 1780 – Royal George; 16:30 departure; 21:00 London, Hammersmith.
If you do not require transport: “self-drive” option (to join our tour in your own car from any part of Britain) is available on request! Please e-mail us on email@example.com
Travel times may vary depending on traffic & weather conditions and the fitness level of the group.
Hostel, mixed dormitory room (for up to 6 members of our group) without breakfast
Shared, shared twin room in a hotel with breakfast
Private, private room in a hotel with breakfast
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That’s it, we’ll handle the rest. All you have to do is turn up and have a great long weekend of hiking!
Accommodation: Castlemead Manorbier/Tudor Lodge Hotel & YHA Manorbier (Hostel)
Tour Manager: Max
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Traveling in small groups creates a friendly atmosphere. We aim to have no more than 16 walkers per group leader.
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