Has anyone walked the Wales Coastal path?

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  • I'm aiming to do a short section next year. So much to choose from. I'm interested to hear recommendations of where to go.

    Thanks

  • I'm aiming to do a short section next year. So much to choose from. I'm interested to hear recommendations of where to go.

    I can highly recommend the section of the Wales Coastal Path which is also the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. For example, St. David's Head to St. Non's Bay makes a spectacular day walk with views of Ramesey Island with seals, dolphins and porpoises seen and tasty seafood to eat in the nearby town of St. David's. Also the earlier section Stackpole Quay to Freshwater West makes another good day walk. Both could be combined over several days.

  • 2 or 3 day belters would be Swansea west around Gower then toward Carmarthen. Any sections between Broad Haven north to Cardigan I could also recommend. For castles start at Harlech in the north and head up - dragons more frequent up there so keep a canary on your shoulder.

  • Pack at llandudno and get the train to chester Rhyl north wales bit is best avoided.

  • My godfather (Jan) actually did this a few years ago for his old regiment. I wasn't able to make it but it had a fair bit of media coverage:
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-247886­52

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Has anyone walked the Wales Coastal path?

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