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Pembs Coast, Lily Ponds, Cliffside 13th Century Chapel


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Covid-19 - getting back outdoors

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General information

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2021.

Part of the All Wales weekend in Pembrokeshire, but people not staying for the whole weekend are most welcome. Seeing some of finest parts of the Pembokeshire Coast Path, ornamental lily ponds of the former grand estate of Stackpole,outstanding beach at Broadhaven, old stone harbour at Stackpole Quay and the remote 13th Century Chapel of St. Govans built into a cliff.    This moderate 7 mile walk can be shortened if anyone does not feel like the full walk, or wants to get away earlier if they have a long journey.

Terrain / Difficulty

Mostly on well maintained paths with some climbs.

Approximate Distance

7 miles

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