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Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

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Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

HI we are hoping someone can suggest where would be the best place to approach the coastal path from south beach. We are staying at Kiln Park in Sept and would like to walk part of the coastal path. I also read on another web site that there is a coastal bus sevice along the coastal path that allows you to walk stretches of the path and get the bus back to your original starting point can anyone give us any information with regards this. Also we would appreciate it if anyone can suggest any nice walks around the Tenby area many thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

Hi,

the web site below should give you most of your answers,including the map of the coast showing the Tenby area, also you will find links at the bottom of the web home page to the coastal bus service

www.pcnpa.org.uk/website/default.asp…

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2. Re: Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

sorry, missed out part of your question, you can start the walk from the north beach or a little inland by the railway line, a few hundred yards from kiln park

www.visitpembrokeshire.com/content.asp…

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3. Re: Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

Dai has given you the information about the coastal buses. There is a Pembrokeshire National Park office in Tenby opposite the Five Arches which has lots of leaflets about walks.

From Kiln Park walk down to the beach turn right and when you reach the headland( Giltar point) the coastal path is in front of you as you climb up from the beach, usually well signposted.

Another good local walk follows the coastal path from Tenby (north cliff) to Saundersfoot and either walking or catching the bus back to Tenby.

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4. Re: Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

Thank you both so much for your help this is exactly the information I required your help is very much appreciated, I will have a look at the links you have given.

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5. Re: Tenby for keen walkers 1st visit

As above - the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (PCNPA) visitor centre will offer advice and has a range of publications from basic maps to books. These are available from the centre, but also by mail order - see the www.pcnpa.org.uk website under 'Publications'.

There is extensive advice for planning walks via the same website, which links to the National Trail website - which the Pembrokeshire coast path is part of.

Details of circular walks will also be found on the website, offering an option to print. These circular walk maps are also available from the centre at a charge of 40p each.

PLANED is a local organisation which have produced additional walking leaflets - predominantly circular walks via 'rights of way' etc. Again available from the PCNPA centre or Tourist Information Centres in the county.

Enjoy! ;)

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