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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park car park at Solva Harbour.
Public toilet in Solva Harbour car park.
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No National Trust parking. Two accessible parking spaces at Solva car park. Mobility public toilet. Pathways rough and gradients rapidly change. 400-metre hard track from Solva car park along harbourside.
The A487, Haverfordwest to St David's, runs within ½ mile of the Solva coast. The descent from Roch to Newgale, past Southwood, affords stunning views west along the coast to Ramsey Island
The Solva Coast lies along the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path between Pen-y-Cwm, near Newgale, and Caerbwdy, just south of St David's
Haverfordwest train station 15 miles. Connecting bus services stop frequently along the coast
Pembrokeshire County Council 411, Haverfordwest train station to St David"s via Solva, stops frequently along the road which runs parallel to the coast. Puffin Shuttle Bus, 400/315 St David"s-Milford Haven, also runs along this route. Footpaths take visitors to the coastal path. For timetables visit the Pembrokeshire Greenways website
National Cycle Network Route 4, the Celtic Trail, passes one mile north of Solva village and this stretch of coastline. Local cycle routes link to Solva village itself. For more information go to the Sustrans website
Our rural and coastal places in Pembrokeshire are one pawprint rated. Find out more about bringing your dog to Pembrokeshire. Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape with your four-legged friend beside your side.
Nestled in St David’s, the visitor centre and shop is a brilliant base for discovering Pembrokeshire. Plan your visit with the team, have a browse and help support our special places. | Canolfan Ymwelwyr a Siop Tyddewi ar stryd fawr Tyddewi, Sir Benfro. Mae’r ganolfan ymwelwyr a’r siop yn Nhyddewi yn lle gwych i ddechrau darganfod Sir Benfro. Gallwch gynllunio eich ymweliad gyda’n tîm, cael golwg o gwmpas a helpu i gefnogi ein lleoedd arbennig.
We rely on volunteers to help and support our countryside rangers with the many different aspects of managing and conserving the precious natural environments that we look after, which means there are plenty of interesting roles to consider.
A coastal area of jutting headlands, gentle valleys and sweeping shores dotted with Iron Age settlements.
Solva Harbour is the perfect starting point for exploration of the village or to take a walk up onto the Gribin headland (for the magnificent views) and down to Gwadn beach.
Nine Wells Valley is a steep valley down to the sea, with the coastal fort of Porth-y-Rhaw at the bottom. From here fine walks lead in both directions along the coast.
The magnificent stretch of coast between St Elvis Farm and Pen-y-Cwm includes the spectacular jutting headlands of Dinas Fawr and Dinas Fach, linking Solva to Newgale.
Explore the beautiful sheltered Caerbwdy Valley running down to the sea, only 1 mile east of St David's. Stone is still cut from the seaward end of the valley for repairs to St David's Cathedral, which is largely built from the distinctive red rock.
This important conservation project restored an area of native heathland on the disused St David’s airfield, returning the land to its pre-war condition.