The walk starts at St Brides where there are parking facilities, toilets and a picnic site. St Brides Castle and St Brides Church are popular sites at the coastal resort overlooking the sea, coastal erosion has exposed the ends of stone coffins in the graveyard. You will pass The Nab Head, the earliest dated Mesolithic site in Wales (9000 years old) where 600 perforated stone beads were found. Take time to wander around the Deer Park, the largest promontory fort in Wales – a Celtic iron age settlement dating back to 500BC. The walk ends at Martin’s Haven, a small, north-facing cove with pebble beach and a car park, toilets and information point. You can take a ferry to Skomer Island from Martin’s Haven, the Skomer Marine Reserve is popular with sub-aqua enthusiasts.