The walk starts at Newgale beach where sands stretch for over 2 miles and is a popular destination for surfers however be aware of powerful undertows. There is much spectacular cliff scenery and industrial heritage along this section, look out for the remains of the Pembrokeshire coal industry, including the one of the main coal exporting ports at Nolton Haven. At Nolton Haven the sea has cut into the weaker rocks to form a sheltered, sandy bay protected by small headlands. The walk ends at Broadhaven a popular bathing beach located in a corner of St Bride`s Bay with a range of facilities along the sea-front, there is a youth hostel which includes a National Park information point. Inland lies Haroldston woods, known for its interesting plants, and on top of the cliffs to the north is an Iron Age promontory fort.