North West Pembrokeshire, near St David’s, SA62 5BN
Porthgain, situated about halfway between St David’s and Fishguard, is a tiny fishing port tucked into a valley. It’s now a very popular tourist centre thanks to a pub, bistro cafe and art galleries so expect it to be crowded in the summer season. This area offers some of Pembrokeshire’s finest coastal scenery and a chance to explore Porthgain’s industrial past. From here there is easy access to the coast path and a fabulous cliff top walk (approx. 3.5 miles) to the seaside village of Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon. It’s considered to be one of the best stretches of the coast path with views that are hard to beat, and once on the cliff top plateau the route has only very gentle gradients.
Dog friendly all year!
Free parking in the village – SA62 5BN
Facilities in the village