We think the Pembrokeshire coast path is one of Pembrokeshire best features. It’s a “get away from it all” , “in the wild” and safe experience.
One of our favourite walks is from Caerfai to Porth Clais which is between Solva and St David’s and is fairly short, taking about an hour at a steady pace and easy as is quite level with no steep hills.
You can make it a circular walk, as you can walk into St David’s from Porth Clais , stop for some refreshments and then walk down the road back to Caerfai or you can be lazy and catch the Puffin shuttle!
The view from Caerfai looking towards Newgale.
Newgale beach and Newgale Holiday park taken with a 200mm lens from Caerfai.
Caerfai beach as seen from the coast path.