Pembrokeshire – Dale Loop

Author: Steffi

Author: Steffi

10,8 km – with Prasana.

In the early morning, we went for a walk on the beach without anyone around. Except a few seagulls that we officially declared as transformed ducks. But the sunrise over Dale Roads (the bay) was beautiful. After breakfast we left our bags at the B&B and went for a circular walk following the Coastal Path/The Nut southwards to St Ann’s Head to return to Dale on the west coast via Westdale Bay.

We just had half day today as we still need to go back to London. No missbehaving horses or Fata Morgana ice cream parlours today. Just a beauiful, relaxed day at the coast.

Conclusion of these 2 1/2 days: Beautiful coastline, well worth the ups and downs and arounds, and not in vain declared the world’s 3rd best walk by National Geographic.

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  1. Pingback: Early Birds in Pembrokeshire | Hiking Madness – Hiking in UK and elsewhere

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