Today we headed north to explore the northern hills and coast of Pembrokeshire. We quickly came to boggy moorland. There was all round views of the surrounding countryside after we walked one of the hills just off the road. The land was very wet and boggy so keeping to the defined path was important.
After our walk we headed to the vast burial stone of Pentre Ifan. This is the largest burial stone in Wales with its 16ft arrowhead top-stone precariously on large stone legs. The stone dates back over 4000 years. It was amazing to see and clearly must have taken many men to construct.
Our final stop was the charming little town of Newport on the coast. The town sits on the gentle slope down to the estuary of the Afron Nyfer. We enjoyed an afternoon drink sitting in the now lovely sunshine before exploring the town and then headed back to base.