• Day 1 Arrival in Tenby

    From your point of arrival, use the public transport information we provide to make the journey to Tenby.

  • Day 2 Tenby - Manorbier

    12 Km 3-5 Hrs 300 Metres

    Passing the last of Tenby’s golden sand beaches, the trail climbs back up to the cliff tops and then follows a relatively easy, grassy paths along the limestone cliffs towards Skrinkle Haven, revealing more small signs of industrialisation from centuries past, which once gave this coastline such a different character. Heading towards Lydstep, keep an eye out for the remains of an old limestone kiln to your left and then an impressive and steep-sided geological blowhole to your right, before you descend towards Lydstep beach. The trail then climbs back up to the cliff tops and continues to Skrinkle Haven. The path begins to feel more rugged and there are more ups and downs as the trail leads around some more military buildings and back to the cliff edge to continue towards Manorbier Beach.

  • Day 3 Manorbier - Bosherston

    16 Km 5-7 Hrs 530 Metres

    Starting at the beach, just below the impressive castle at Manorbier, the trail quickly regains the cliff tops. There is plenty of cliff top scenery and make sure to keep an eye out for the impressive strata, ridges and fissures in the sandstone cliffs, with a range of colours. The trail continues along the sand dunes at the back of Freshwater East, before climbing once again to the clifftops towards Stackpole and the lovely Barafundle beach. From Barafundle the trail climbs once again to the top of the cliffs and continues along Stackpole Head before dropping down again to the beach at Broadhaven. From there the trail provides two options to Bosherston, a shorter option via the famous Lily Ponds or a longer option along the cliffs and to St. Govan’s chapel, hidden below the cliffs.

  • Day 4 Departure from Bosherston

    There is a regular  bus service from Bosherston to Tenby or Pembroke and onwards to Cardiff and other destinations in the UK.

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