Official Guide: Wales Coast Path, Pembrokeshire


Official Guide: Wales Coast Path, Pembrokeshire

Encompassing 870 miles from start to finish, the Welsh coastline is a walker’s paradise with unrivalled views as it passes the ancient walled city of Chester and skirts the market town of Chepstow. As the largest country in the world to have a continuous coastal path, Wales has a myriad of walking possibilities and the Official Guide: Wales Coast Path, Pembrokeshire is the ultimate walker’s companion, uncovering hidden gems, nature and exploring the heritage of Wales’ iconic coastline.

The guide includes a detailed Ordnance Survey map for the entire route, an overview of the coast, and 12 detailed walks, each one leading on from where the last left off. Walk from Cardigan to Newport, Newport to Fishguard and beyond as the detailed instructions offered by author Vivienne Crow in this comprehensive guide detail your every journey. Each walk is broken down into how many miles it is, the start and end points, as well as a summary, places along the route not to be missed, and details of the route itself such as which streets to look out for, places to visit and fun facts including what wildlife to spot, and what you can find along the way as you pull on your walking boots and explore the beauty of Wales.

Official Guide: Wales Coast Path, Pembrokeshire by Vivienne Crow, published by Northern Eye Books, is available to buy from all good book shops and www.northerneyebooks.co.uk, RRP £13.99.

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