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Our cottages, via Lower Treginnis to St Justinians - the best walk in Pembrokeshire?

There are so many different walks in and around St Davids, Pembrokeshire and here a few that we enjoy:

Cottages to Lower Treginnis and St Justinians

Head from our cottages in St Davids to Lower Treginnis…then go north to St Justinians along the coastal path and then back home along the road. The views across to Ramsey Island are breath-taking and it takes about two hours.

Cottages to St Nons

In the evening, we will often walk our dog by going south from the cottages up to St Nons, where you can sit on a bench and look out over St Brides Bay, as the sun sets over Ramsey Island. It is total peace and tranquillity… and you can visit the small chapel and reflect on life. It takes about twenty-five minutes there and back.

Abereiddi to Porthgain

At any time of day, drive.. or take the bus to Abereiddi and walk north to Porthgain. There are usually sheep on the hillside and the views of the Blue Lagoon, and the coast are spectacular, as is the coffee, lunch or tea at The Sloop or The Shed when you arrive!

Cottages to Caerfai Bay

Caerfai Bay is north of our cottages, and it take about 20 minutes each way, with a fairly steep walk down to the beach, which is very intimate with cliffs each side… best to go between low and mid tide if you want to walk on a sandy beach and do some exploring!

Cottages to Whitesand Bay

We love walking from our cottages to Whitesand Bay at any time of day, but find that early morning or evening is best, so you can experience the amazing sunrise and sunsets.

It takes about 40 minutes each way and allow time for a coffee or tea in the beach café.

There are many different routes, but we enjoy walking through the cathedral grounds at the beginning.

Walking in and around St Davids and on the coastal path is very popular and makes it one of the most popular destinations for walking holidays in Pembrokeshire.