The walk starts at Freshwater East, a popular holiday location with plenty of camping together with parking and toilets and the Freshwater Inn having an entry in the Good Beer Guide. See http://www.freshwater-east.org.uk/ for more information on the village and its’ attractions. You will pass Swanlake bay, a secluded shingle beach with sand exposed at low tide, and Manobier village where Manobier Castle is one of the best preserved medieval castles in Pembrokeshire. The walk ends at Skrinkle Haven, a small rocky bay enclosed by high spectacular cliffs with a famous natural arch in the limestone and with sand exposed at low tide. Access is via steep steps though there is a picnic site at the top and a youth hostel at Skrinkle Haven with village facilities at Lydstep a short way inland.