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Bryn-y-Môr is within the Pembrokeshire National Park with its spectacular Coastal Path and unspoiled, sandy beaches. This part of Pembrokeshire is famous for its Celtic Heritage and myths and legends. It is a paradise for walkers, birdwatchers and nature lovers at any time of the year Or those that just want to breathe the sea air and enjoy the magnificent scenery. The area is also rich in geological interest.

The bird sanctuary islands of Ramsey, Skomer, and Grassholm are within easy reach. More than 300 species of birds have been logged in this area, including rare seabirds like puffins and fulmars, and birds of prey such as buzzards, harriers, peregrine falcons and the number of breeding pairs of choughs, once so rare is on the increase. There are regular boat trips to and round the islands or you may prefer to take a boat trip and go fishing! The seal pups are born from August and early September and they are a sight not to miss! Sometimes a whale might be spotted at this time of year.

The influence of the Gulf Stream produces a mild Atlantic micro-climate in this part of Pembrokeshire, making it attractive for walking holidays at any time of the year. Many walkers prefer to come out of season, when it is both cooler and less crowded. The Coastal Path runs for 186 miles through beautiful Pembrokeshire scenery. You can choose the length and severity of your walk on the day.

There is good surfing at Abereiddy, Whitesands just down the road and across the peninsula Newgale is a surfers and kite surfers or fliers paradise! Surf boards and wet suits can be hired in St Davids.

There are specialist adventure courses in coasteering, abseiling, sea kayaking and rock climbing.These can be booked through TYF in St David's at www.tyf.com

There are a couple of good stables and riding can be organised.

For golfers there are 2 local courses. St Davids has a 9 hole links course overlooking Whitesands Bay, and Priskilly has a lovely little golf course near Letterston about 8 miles away.

For those interested in bicycles Bryn-y-Môr is on the Celtic Trail no. 4. Bikes can be hired locally.

Packed lunches and transport to and from your start and finish points can be arranged.