Dates Saturday 27th June – Sunday 5th July 2015
Group size – 12
Accommodation – Fully supported camp
Cost – £450 per person to include all transport, accommodation, meals (other than any taken out of camp), boat trip and landing fees on rest day
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path in its entirety is 181 miles, too much to achieve within a week, so we chose the best continuous section of it from Newport, in the north, to Dale, in the south. Unfortunately this missed out some interesting sections at either end as well as the less attractive parts of industrialised Milford Sound, still leaving us with a challenging 86 miles of undulating coastline to cover in six days.
By the time the group arrived at camp all was set up, the kettle on, the wine chilled and dinner on the stove. The campsite we used was Creampots Touring Caravan and Camping Park, Broadway, Nr. Broad Haven, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 3TU. Have a look at their website www.creampots.co.uk
The outline itinerary is as follows
Day 1 (27th June) – Group travel in cars to camp site.
Day 2 (28th June) – Walk Newport – Goodwick 12.5m
Day 3 (29th June) – Walk Goodwick – Abercastle 14m
Day 4 (30th June) Walk Abercastle – Whitesands Bay 13m
Day 5 (1st July) – Rest Day – Day trip to Skomer
Day 6 (2nd July) – Walk Whitesands Bay – Solva 11.5m
Day 7 (3rd July) Walk Solva – St Brides 15.5m
Day 8 (4th July) Walk St Brides – Dale 13.5m
Day 9 (5th July) Strike camp and drive back to Worcester