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Walk Pembrokeshire Coast Path on Google Street View

Posted by Luci Ackers on 25 April 2017
Related property: St Brides Castle
Walk Pembrokeshire Coast Path on Google Street View

You can now walk the whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and it won’t take any effort whatsoever!

A couple of willing volunteers from the National Park Authority recently put themselves forward to strap a 25kg Google Trekker cam to their backpacks and walk the entire National Trail so that you don’t have to. The 186m route is now viewable on Google Street View and, in order to get the clearest and sunniest footage, the filmmakers walked for a total of 28 days, between April and June 2016, to film when the weather was at its best.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail hugs the western coast of Wales, along some of the most stunning scenery in Britain. The Pembrokeshire Coast was the only one of the UK’s 15 National Parks to be assigned primarily for its wonderful coastline and the landscape here is a combination of incredible coastal rock formations and cliffs, picturesque beaches and estuaries not to mention an abundance of nature reserves and conservation areas. It attracts a huge range of seabirds and marine life the whole way along… Are we tempting you to explore it for yourself yet?

Take a look at the trail on your computer, but if it gives you a taste for Pembrokeshire, and we guarantee it will, why not come and discover this magnificent stretch of coastline for yourself? Wander miles of coastal cliffs and spot the puffins as they come in to land, keep an eye down below for the seals on the sandy beaches, explore rocky coves and hunt out all those secret nooks and crannies where wildflowers grow.

St Brides Castle is located right on the Coast Path, so if you want to find out how to stay here, pop your details in at the bottom of the page and we’ll send you a brochure.

Image capture: Apr 2016 © 2017 Google - St. Brides Castle in the distance looking out over the National Trail.

View the Pembrokeshire Coast Path on Google Street View here.


 

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Luci Ackers

Luci Ackers

Luci loves getting out and about for a good cycle ride or easy-going walks in the countryside, and thoroughly enjoyed the time she previously spent working for the National Trust. Her love of writing started from a young age and on rainy days nothing beats curling up in a secret corner with a good book.

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