Saundersfoot was busy…..

Another scorcher from start to finish – we certainly picked a good year to start our travels – mindyou I’m expecting this going forward!! We drove into Saundersfoot and it was so busy – so we drove back out again! Finding somewhere to park on a residential street on the outskirts of the village we then walked partway down to the centre, until we found a footpath through Rhode Wood to join up with the coastal path and headed away from Saundersfoot (west). Glimpses of Saundersfoot and beach through the trees.

We joined the coastal path at Glen beach, also accessible from Saundersfoot at lower tides, a lovely sandy little cove, with crystal clear shallow waters.

Another little cove a bit further along which is only accessible from Glen beach at low tide looks pretty tropical – don’t you think?

Even though it was incredibly hot, the tree cover provided a bit of respite, so we kept going (funnily enough not meeting anybody else!) out onto Monkstone Point to be rewarded by spectacular views back along the shoreline to Saundersfoot.

Around the point a Birdseye view through the hedgerow of Monkstone beach – what a beauty! This was the only gap in the hedgerow to see the beach as I’m afraid it was too busy and too much of a steep climb down for us as we still had a way to go to get back to the car!

We were glad to get back to site for a cold drink and sit down but what a lovely stretch of coastline!

Two thoughts of the day:

OK so it is busy around the more popular resorts!

Feeling a bit dowdy as I am the only normal caravan on site – I share the site with a bright orange funky Tab (teardrop caravan) and two Airstreams (mega- expensive silver foil covered, torpedo shaped jobbies)!

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