Cycling in Poppit Sands
Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape. Take a relaxed ride along the old disused railway which follows the river or explore a route following the Coastal Path that leads you to a quiet area of the National Park, perfect for a quick break. There are also lovely trails at Tregarron and Fishguard.
What makes it special
- Walking in the National Park
Other things to do nearby
The start or finish of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is right here. The newly extended path is suitable for all walkers and families.
Try your hand at coasteering and body boarding or canoeing up the river, there are instructor-led courses available nearby at St. Davids.
Discover a vibrant culture, ideally located to explore the fabulous land and seascapes of the Teifi Valley and Cardigan Bay. Visit the town's website.
9 miles Mwnt is a sheltered sandy cove owned by the National Trust. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins and seals. Visit the website
The reserve supports a range of habitats, from open pasture land to Willow Carr. Don't miss the water buffalo!
A unique Iron Age hill fort recreated with replica Iron Age roundhouses. Travel back in time over 2000 years to experience life in the Iron Age. Here you can walk in the footsteps of the D
The most popular megalithic site in Wales - a splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone delicately poised on three uprights.
There are cycle routes around the town to enjoy and routes go up around the Presilli Hills. The hostel is popular with long distance cyclists as they pass through Newport.
A good section of the coastal path runs either side of the hostel with spectacular scenery. The Preseli Hills shadow the hostel, a great walk for the serious hiker. Dinas Head is a circula
4 miles Dramatic, circular route. The walk is 465 feet above sea level, it's hard going but the views are worth the effort. Visit the website
6 miles Explore this popular town, with pretty views over the harbour especially in Lower Fishguard. Visit the website