Our friends, Paul and Angela, had not walked one of our favourite stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a circular walk from Caerfai Bay taking in Porthclais and St Davids, and on a lovely warm day an introduction was made.
We were lucky to park next to the cathedral despite it being a busy day and started the walk with a coffee and cake at the tourist information centre.
From here we walked down to the coast path at Caerfai Bay and turned to walk west. A stop was had at St Non’s to visit the chapel and view the alleged health giving spring.
The walk has magnificent views of cliffs and the clear blue sea. we saw people enjoying the area in kayaks, rock climbing and a group coasteering.
Porthclais soon came into view and we clambered down to the harbour wall and walked along the sand to the road leading into St Davids.
We had hoped for lunch at the Farmers Arms, but they had just finished serving food. However we were directed to their sister pub just up the road, The Bishops. where we were refreshed with local ale and food.