The Findley's descended on Pembrokeshire this April! We had a lovely break with Bruno The Munster, spending our days walking stretches of the Coastal Path and a couple of National Trust walks around Stackpole and Marloes Peninsula.
Among the many beaches we visited our favourite was Broad Haven South, followed by Marloes Sands.
As usual we took lot's of pictures of our adventures, but I've only posted a few here. This is a really beautiful part of the UK and the beaches are staggeringly pretty and quite rugged. It took us 5 hours to drive there due to my satnav sending us on an "alternative' route missing out the Severn Bridge for some reason. Only 4 hours to get home though, maybe we were lucky with the traffic.
Some of the coastal path is on very precarious cliff edges, Bruno had to stay on lead at these points, though he could run free on the beaches which he really enjoyed.
If you'd like to know more about the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, I found this website to be very helpful:
I hope you enjoy the pictures, feel free to comment or ask any questions if you so wish.