This 6 mile moderate walk takes place on the Stackpole Estate.
Three flooded limestone valleys, best known for their covering carpet of lilies, which are at their best in June. We will start on a footpath which winds it's way around the banks to the 8 arch bridge, over farmland to Stackpole Quay.
After our early lunch at Boat house tea room at Stackpole Quay, we continue to Barafundle Bay, said to be the best beach in Britain and along the cliff tops ( dogs best on leads here) past Stackpole head, to Saddle Point and down to Broadhaven beach.
From here there is the option of returning to the car park/ cafe, or continuing for a further mile and down steep steps to St Govan's Chapel nestling in the cliff face. Returning to the Lily Ponds via Mere pool valley.
At the end of the walk, in Bosherston there is Ye Olde World Cafe for tea and cake, plus St Govan's Inn next door, open all day and serving food.