For five consecutive days we will walk around 20km (13 miles) on what Lonely Planet describes as the finest coast path in the world.
We will see waves rolling in from the Irish Sea, wide sandy beaches and clifftops, ancient Celtic churches, Celtic crosses and holy wells. We will see some amazing wildlife such as Gannets and Oystercatchers and we may catch a glimpse of some Atlantic seals and Choughs. We will walk and talk, sharing stories and meals. We will meditate to the rhythm of our footsteps, and the silence of the glorious surroundings will still our minds and capture our hearts with a spirituality that can only be experienced on pilgrimage.
Although we will be going on five sequential linear walks, we'll be staying at a single location in a cozy self-catering cottage in the former fishing village of Llangwm.
15/08/2020 - 21/08/2020
Please arrive on Saturday between 2pm and 4pm in time for a walk around the beautiful former fishing village of Llangwm at 4pm. For people arriving by train the nearest station is Haverfordwest, the county town of Pembrokeshire. We'll be making a collection from the station to meet the 2:37pm. If you're booking return tickets home, we'll be leaving by mid-morning on the following Friday. For those arriving by car the post code is SA62 4HP and there is free car parking on the village green near the cottage.
What To Bring
A day bag for waterproofs and sandwiches.
Walks are 13 miles/20 km
Maximum Size Of Group
£790 for a single occupancy room. £690 per person for a shared twin room. Please note on the booking form the name of the person you want to share with.
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