Spring walks in Pembrokeshire

Discover the very best of our landscape with springtime walks in Pembrokeshire. From seasonal strolls to refreshing rambles, here are five of our favourites.

Otters swimming at Bosherston Lily Ponds
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1. Stackpole wildlife walk 

Stackpole comes alive in spring as the landscape changes and flora and fauna begin to emerge. Follow this wonderful wildlife walk and see the likes of chough on the clifftop and wildflowers aplenty. If you're lucky, you might spot our elusive otters!

Bluebells in Hardwick woods
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2. Magical woods and beach of Abermawr walk 

Stretch your legs and take in the best of coast and country with this half-hour circular walk. Abermawr's woodland welcomes blankets of bluebells at this time of year, listen out for beautiful birdsong too.

A clifftop view from Lydstep Head
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3. Lydstep cliffs and caverns walk 

Enjoy a charming clifftop walk around Lydstep Head, with spectacular views out to sea. In spring, the coastal wildflowers here are at their finest. Take some time out for wildlife watching too, butterflies are on the wing and you may spot a porpoise or dolphin off this stretch of coast.

Man birdwatching at Marloes Mere
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4. Marloes Sands and Mere walk 

Put your walking boots on for this circular route around the Marloes Peninsula, taking in the best of the beach and birdwatching. Spend some time at the Marloes Mere bird hide and see if you can spot the likes of marsh harriers and peregrines.

Treginnis Peninsula and Ramsay Island
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5. Treginnis Peninsula walk 

For coast and culture this spring, enjoy a six-miler around the Treginnis Peninsula. This beautiful walk takes you over Wales’ oldest rocks - laid down some 600 million years ago during the Pre-Cambrian era.