Located in the stunning National Park, just over a mile from the coast, Newgale Lodge is ideally situated for coastal walking in Pembrokeshire.
This is a circular walk through bluebell woods and meadows, shingle beach and marsh.
Abermawr offers a gentle interlude on one of the most rugged sections of the coastline. Brunel wanted to create a port and cable terminus here, but nature has long since reclaimed his work. A shingle beach protects a freshwater marsh, but the beach is retreating as sea levels rise and will eventually breach to create a new salt marsh. Bluebells and birdsong make it a lovely walk in spring; the shady woodland offers a pleasant retreat from the beach in summer.