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“The walks around the estuary in Landshipping are amazing. (Which is good, because there is nothing else to do here except walk, as far as I know.)”
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College Academic Building
“Local shop situated behind The Plough pub, towards roundabout and within 3mins walking distance from premises.”
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“Maenclocogh is the local village 5 minutes by car and caters for most essentials and everyday supplies. There is a lovely local shop "Sarah's" that sells everything! a cafe with superfast broadband two petrol garages, an art gallery and childrens playground.”
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“A spectacular walk that includes the famous 'Witches Cauldron' and the picturesque National Trust headland of Ceibwr Bay and ends in the small welcoming town of Newport. To start the walk from Moylgrove car park. Grid reference SN 118 447 add 1.5 miles and to finish the walk in Newport town, add a further 1.8 miles. [10.3 miles total] Moylgrove to Newport Walk PLEASE NOTE Some stretches of this path are steep and the cliffs are very high, less experienced walkers may wish to allow longer and be sure to check the return Poppit Rocket bus is running. Moylgrove - Turn left out of car park & after few metres turn right by the chapel. Continue along the road until you reach Ceibwr Bay. Alternatively, start your walk at Ceibwr where there are a couple of lay-by's to park. Ceibwr Bay - (The cliffs here are famous for their amazing strata produced in the Caledonian period 450 million years ago.) Carry on along the road for short distance to coast path sign on right, go over stile & follow coast path for about west a mile to the dramatic bay known as the 'Witches Cauldron'. Look out for Gannets, Choughs, Gulls, Fulmars, Shags, Cormorants, Buzzards, Ravens and Kestrels Witches Cauldron - (This is a collapsed cave and at certain points of the tide the water makes wonderful noises as it is sucked under the narrow arch of rock). Castell Treryffydd - is an Iron Age Hill Fort, look out for seals particularly along this stretch. Foel Goch - Another good place to spot seals and dolphins from the escarpment above the cliff. Pen Pystyll - The small waterfall at Pen Pystyll is above a tiny beach from where you can enjoy the sunset or a secluded swim before the last of the walk to Newport Sands or further to Newport town. Newport - The coastal path turns inland at the beach to follow the estuary to the bridge across the River Severn which will take you up into the town of Newport, with pubs serving food, cafes and shops. It is possible to do this walk in either direction and use the Poppit Rocket Bus service from early May until late September, to return to the start of the walk ”
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Autres grands espaces
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“There's a lovely woodland walk from Gelli to Llawhaden, which you can make circular if you have a map. Mid-length, not for little-uns, and there are no shops/pubs so you'll have to come prepared in that respect, or drive to Clunderwen or preferably Narberth afterwards.”
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“Whitland is a 10 minute drive with many local shops, 2 butchers, a Co-Op, the Railway station where you can catch the train towards Swansea or Manchester or to Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwes, Fishguard, LCunderwen & Narberth. ”
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“Take a stroll around the deer park looking out across Jack Sound to Skhomer Island, at the right time of years you will see seal pups and puffins”
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