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Take a break from the coast in these quiet, wooded backwaters
The sheltered waterway of the Cleddau runs from the county town of Haverfordwest down to Milford Haven. Along the way it passes Little Milford Wood, the ancient oak woodland of Lawrenny and tidal mudflats at West Williamston.
Remains of limekilns and former coal mines can be found at Little Milford and the rough pasture at West Williamston leads to large expanse of salt marsh and estuary shore and tidal creeks once quarried for limestone.
Top 5 things at Cleddau Woodlands
We reckon there are at least 10 things to do at Cleddau Woodlands. Start with these.
- Climb a tree
- Canoe down a river
- Find you way with a map and compass
- Make a trail with sticks
- Bring up a butterfly