Am in Pembrokeshire for a couple of days and yesterday we had a walk around the National Trust’s Estate at Stackpole which is in the National Park.
We parked up and started the walk at Lodge Park
Dropped down to Bosherton Lakes and walked across the 8 Arch Bridge
After walking through Stackpole Park (which is now intensive farmland) we ended up at Stackpole Quay
We walked around the coastal footpath and arrived at Barafundle Bay
From there – up the path to Stackpole Head
The cliffs are high and spectacular – if you enlarge this picture (double click) you can see two climbers just to the right of the top of the cave!
Reminds me very much of the North Devon and North Cornwall coastline
We then arrived at another sandy beach – Broad Haven
Across Stackpole Warren and we are back at another arm of Bosherton Lakes
View from the boathouse on the Lake and then back up to the car.
The walk is about 4-5 miles and has amazing contrasts in scenery along its route.