A walk from Amroth to Saundersfoot….

Not such a nice day today, cloudy but still warm and even though some pretty heavy showers forecast, I’m pleased to say they haven’t materialised- so far! We parked up in Amroth as the car park there is free and took the footpath up a lot of steps to Tinkershill, along which the coastal path and a section of Route 4 runs (not the steps bit!). A lot of the time the view was obscured by the hedgerow but odd glimpses kept us going.

Soon enough we began our descent into Wisemans Bridge with a lovely stream at the bottom for Poppydog to take five.

Here too there was free parking, though on a better day, I imagine you would struggle. The beach is mostly sandy, with stony bits and lots of rocky outcrops and rock pools, a great family beach. I also think that at low tide you could probably walk from Amroth to save going up and over.

There is a nice raised walkway along the front and here’s a thing, a tunnel to walk through to get to Coppet Hall Beach and Saundersfoot. We like!

Further along another wee tunnel brings you out in Saundersfoot.

This was our turning point as we had no real wish to wander around a busy Saundersfoot so we ambled back to Wisemans Bridge for a play on the beach before the climb back to the car.

Two thoughts of the day:

Still so many beaches here to explore – will we get round them all?

Chicken salad sandwich for tea with a glass of wine – delicious 😋

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