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Pembrokeshire Coast Path - John

Pembrokeshire Coast Path - John

by: Brian John
The Pembrokeshire coastline is one of the most magnificent and varied in Europe and justly worthy of having a National Trail. Following Wales's spectacular southern headland the path often runs close to the cliff edge, but there are stretches that run along, or close to, sandy beaches and stretches far enough inland to be out of sight and sound of the sea. On every section of the footpath you will encounter creeks, coves, coastal valleys and sandy beaches and you are seldom far from civilisation. The 186 mile Trail makes its way from St Dogmaels around the coast, past the lovely towns of St David's and Tenby, to Amroth.

This is the official guide to the route, and can be used with confidence by both the long-distance walker and the weekend stroller.The entire route is split into 12 convenient sections each with OS Explorer mapping marked with special points of interest. There is full route finding information on each section with colour photographs and notes on nearby features. Background information is included on local history, wildlife, archaeology, geology and land use. Information on towns and villages with facilities for walkers is included.

ISBN 9781845133108 Pages 168 (2008) 130mm x 210mm

Price: 10.50