Enjoy a walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path among the spring wildflowers

4th May 2018

After the long winter, spring is now in full swing at last and the weather is slowly improving, which means we can look forward to seeing the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail lined with a carpet of colourful wildflowers in full bloom.

While walking most sections of the Coast Path in the next month or two, you are likely to come across flowers such as: sea campion; pink campion; bluebells; cowslip, English stonecrop; gorse and ferns.

Whether you’re walking between Newport and Poppit Sands or around St Davids Head, the rugged coastline has never looked better, and now is the perfect time to head outdoors for a walk along the coast to view and take in this floral spectacle that the Coast Path is famous for.

The months of May and June provide the largest number and most varied selection of flowering plants, many of which only thrive in a coastal habitat. It is quite possibly one of the best times of year to be out on the Coast Path.

A selection of Web Walks feature more than 200 circular routes, including the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, can by visiting www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/walking.

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Pembrokeshire Coast Path near Ceibwr Bay