Monday, 24 April 2017

Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire

Views looking north from Dinas Head yesterday while walking the coast path with on a day of unexpectedly perfect weather...west Wales at its absolute best. We are so lucky to have this on our doorstep.
The ruined church is at Pwll y Gwaelod at the foot of Dinas Head where a series of storms in the 1850's destroyed much of the church.

This excursion down to Pembrokeshire followed on from a week of intense busy-ness and a spur-of-the-moment visit from cousins from Herefordshire over the weekend, so the whole family, 10 of us plus a lolloping labrador and tiny feisty dachshund, trooped down to Dinas and after a picnic lunch set off on the two hour circular walk around Dinas Head. It was a walk of stupendous views, north and south, beautiful sunshine, wonderful birdsong and calm seas with the occassional small fishing boat chugging across the briny checking lobster pots & happy children running, with equally happy grown-ups taking it all a little more steadily. A walk worth walking and rounded off to everyone's satisfaction with ice-creams by a lovely peaceful beach.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful sight, love the images in the post. Would love to learn more things about the place. Thank you for sharing it