Summer walks in Pembrokeshire

With summer here, it's the perfect time to get outdoors for a walk and explore the best of Pembrokeshire's landscape. From heritage strolls to scenic rambles, here are five of our favourites.

Walking boots on the coast path
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1. Southwood coast to coast walk 

Spend some time at Southwood this summer and enjoy the best of coast and country with a two-hour circular walk.

The rose garden in summer
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2. Secrets of Stackpole Court walk 

Enjoy a spot of heritage hunting with this easy one-mile route around Stackpole's historic designed landscape. The beautifully restored rose garden is a summer highlight.

Long view from the western edge of Dinas Island
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3. Dinas Island spectacular walk 

One to stretch the legs, this three-miler is worth the walk, with views, history and wildflowers aplenty. Look for the blaze of purple heathers and gold gorse along the way.

On top of the Gribin headland, above Solva Harbour
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4. Solva - The Gribin coastal walk 

Unspoilt coastal scenery awaits on this circular walk from the harbour to the impressive Gribin headland. Pack a picnic and stop for a bite to eat at the top.

A waterlily in bloom at Stackpole
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5. Bosherston Lily Ponds - Freshwater magic walk 

Go for a gentle summer stroll around the iconic Bosherston Lakes. At this time of year, the lakes welcome a blanket of waterlilies. If you want to explore more, you can continue to the dunes and Mere Pool Valley.