On Saturday 15 September 2012, walk for water so others don’t have to.

Fishguard to Pwll Deri

The walk starts at Fishguard, a town with a full range of facilities and accommodation is a short walk across the old bridge with rail connections and a ferry terminal to Rosslare, Ireland at Fishguard Harbour. The wildlife surrounding Fishguard is rich in flora and fauna and from the coastal path dolphins, grey seals and puffins can be seen. You will pass Goodwick, a Victorian town owing its existence to the railway and port and Carreg Goffa which witnessed the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797 by a French force of over 1,000 under the command of Colonel Tate. However, the invasion collapsed after two days. See http://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/Wales-History/Fishguard.htm for further information. Strumble Head, a rocky headland home to Strumble Head Lighthouse offers specatuclar views and boasts local wildlife. The walk ends at Pwll Deri, a popular beauty spot bounded by cliffs rising to over 130 metres described as the perfect rural retreat, it has a car park, youth hostel and camping site

Distance: 
9.0 miles / 14.0 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
5 hours
Difficulty: 
Severe
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