The terrain is easy going underfoot though can be wet in places, a stout pair of walking shoes or boots are recommended.
This is a six mile walk with some of the most breath taking scenery in Pembrokeshire. Starting inland the walk visits the idyllic lily ponds of the Bosherston Estate before striking out onto the dramatic clifftops out to Stackpole Head. The terrain covered includes grassland, woodland, and clifftop paths and sand dunes.
The walk starts and ends at a National Trust visitor centre where there is are tea rooms and toilets. There are no other facilities along the route.
The lily ponds are home to grey herons, kingfishers and a wealth of riverbank wildlife including otters while the sea cliffs are a favourite nesting spot of puffins, guillemots and razorbills and if we are very lucky we might just catch sight of a peregrine or even a chough.