St David’s Head & Carn Llidi Hike
Available all year
Walking along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path that tracks around the coast
Beautiful white Pembrokeshire beaches with considered to be some of the finest in the country
Ancient sites – St Patricks Chapel and a 5000-year-old burial chamber
Opportunity to hike Carn Llidi walk at 181 meters above sea level
Coastal paradise walk
This hike includes St David’s Head walk and Carn Llidi walk, two of the most prominent landmarks along the coast. Visit Whitesands Bay, one of the finest beaches in Wales. Experience St Patrick’s Chapel and the 5000-year-old burial chamber of Coetan Arthur. There will also be an opportunity to climb Carn Llidi (181 m) before your walk ends.
Remarks/requirements: Appropriate clothing, layered and waterproof clothing (weather dependant), and sturdy footwear with good ankle support.
Walking information: There is 7 kms of walking over varying terrain: rugged uneven paths and a coastal path with sheer cliffs. This excursion is only suitable for guests with a good level of fitness and agility. Guests must keep their distance form cliff edges.
Wheelchair accessible: No.