Tag Wales Coast Path

Britain’s Beautiful Heritage Coasts

In Part One and Two of the new series of posts on the British landscape, we have made brief visits to two-thirds of the National Parks so as promised I thought we would have a change and take a look… Continue Reading →

England Coast Path – Claims the Coast

England Coast Path … The first few miles of the long-awaited England Coast Path around the whole of England’s coast was officially opened on 29th June 2012. Natural England announced 32km (20 miles) of the route around Weymouth Bay in… Continue Reading →

The Wales Coast Path – Summit to Coast

Officially opening on 5th May 2012 the Wales Coast Path will make Wales the first country in the world to have a formal trail the whole way around its coast. Furthermore, the Wales Coast Path (which is 870 miles long)… Continue Reading →

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park 60th Anniversary

Pembrokeshire features a dramatic coastline nearly 200 miles long with soaring cliffs, small sandy coves and glorious, long golden beaches covering 243 square miles. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Almost all of the shoreline is included within Britain’s only coastal National… Continue Reading →

Looking Back – 2011

Looking Back on 2011 it started off well as I had planned three trips early in the year. The first was to Dartmoor where the National Park was celebrating their 60th Anniversary. I took the opportunity of being in the… Continue Reading →

Wales Coast Path – Lonely Planet Award

A travellers’ bible has described the Welsh coastline as “the greatest region on Earth to visit in 2012” ahead of some of the world’s most iconic destinations. Lonely Planet – one of the world’s leading travel publishers – has lavished… Continue Reading →

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