Nowhere are the beautiful beaches and imposing headlands of Wales more accessible to the walker than in Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire.
This remote corner of the south-west is home to the longest of the three National Trails, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path – a 186 mile long meandering odyssey that hugs the surf between St Dogmaels and Amroth.
The walking is enthralling, with most of the miles on narrow cliff-top paths that run over headlands and down to the sea. The trail passes through some breathtaking scenery. From rugged headlands that jut stubbornly out into thunderous seas, to narrow crescents of bone-white sand, lapped upon by a cerulean ocean.
Sea birds fill the skies whilst porpoises, seals and even dolphins vie for your attention in the waves.