If you would like a spectacular yet not too strenuous circular walk, follow our path from the village of Moylegrove. The centre comprises a tumble of traditional painted cottages, grey stone chapels and two stone river bridges. Moylegrove is set in a most picturesque location on the Pembrokeshire coast, 6 miles south of Cardigan.
Although the walk starts with quite a climb, the whole walk is paved and easy underfoot, ideal for muddy days! Follow the lane up the hill until the first turning on the right which is a gentle (and thankfully level!) walk between hedgerows to the crossroad where you turn right and head downhill as the splendid view is revealed.
This is a spectacular part of the coastline where the magnificent strata of the cliffs can be viewed in all their glory – and one of our favourite walks. It is awe-inspiring to witness the power of the sea and although the day was calm, the swell of the incoming tide provided some spectacular displays from the blow-hole and booming sound effects as the waves rebounded from the caves below.
The walk follows the lane round to Ceibwr, a small, secluded bay; in the autumn seal pups may be spotted. Then back to the car and up to Penrallt Garden Centre for warm scones and a cuppa to round off the afternoon! If you are feeling really energetic there is a walk down to Ceibwr from the garden centre – ‘down’ is the clue, heading back is really quite a climb – but then you could justify having one of their delicious cakes as a reward!
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