Jill and Tom's 2007 travels travel blog


Fishguard, the busy British ferry port situated in a harbor at the north end of the Pembrokeshire National Coastline, is a delightful town with narrow winding streets, twee artisian shops and plenty of proper pubs.

We caught a bus early on the morning of our second day to Newport Bay, north of Fishguard and walked the 10 plus miles back along the coastline. The Pembrokeshire National Coastline is a lot like the central California coastline with it's rugged high and steep cliffs that overlook the clear blue sea. However, the coastal path is like no other I've seen...beautifully marked, right on the edge of the cliffs, through wheat fields, blackberry bushes, manzanita, cow-sheep-horse farms, you name it...we walked through it!

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