The Pembrokeshire Coast Path has been included in the list of “The 50 Natural Wonders: The Ultimate List of Scenic Splendor,” by CNN Travel.
Taking 8th place, they write “This path twists 300 kilometers from St. Dogmaels to Amroth in southwest Wales…. If you strike lucky on a sunny day this is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Scented gorse and crimson heather brighten the way. Look for seals in the waters below. Paths are signposted — join the path on the coast between St. Dogmaels and Amroth. Details on guided walks and activities can be found on the National Trails website — including self-guided walks with baggage transfer”.
Their top 10 are:
- Pulpit Rock, Preikestolen, Norway
- Gran Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
- Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania
- Paria Canyon, Arizona, United States
- Volcanic eruptions at Stromboli, Italy
- Mud volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan
- Jeita Grotto, Nahr al-Kalb Valley, Lebanon
- Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, Wales
- Pangong Tso Lake, India-China
- Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord, Norway
If you would like to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and are looking for a informal but luxurious farmhouse bed and breakfast where you can relax in the garden with a cup of tea and homemade cakes after an invigorating walk along the coast path, give Rayner and Carol at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B a call on 01834 860338. Pembrokeshire Farm B&B has superb reviews, has been inspected and chosen by Sawday’s to be included it in “Special Places to Stay”, and has been awarded Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence. We specialise in homemade, homegrown and local produce and, with prior notice, can cater for glutenfree, dairy free or vegetarian diets.