The walk starts at Whitesands, a popular beach with car park, shop and toilets with a nearby youth hostel and hotel. There is wheelchair access to the beach. Whitesands is easily reached from the cathedral city of St Davids with its full range of facilities and accommodation. This is one of the most popular parts of the Pembroke Coast Path which is owned and manages by the National Trust. There is a summer ferry service to Ramsey Island, including the RSPB reserve is available at St Justinians. Link www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/r/ramseyisland/directions.asp. The walk ends at Porth Clais, the historic harbour is within the St David’s Peninsula Site of Special Scientific Interest and was built in the 12th century and used by saints, pilgrims and disciples. The Farmers Arms at St Davids is mentioned in the Good Beer Guide and is a popular destination.