In this presentation, there will be images from the Lydstep Head Coastline, starting from the car park on the head, then a short walk to the Caverns then on to Lydstep Head.
Lydstep Head is a popular coastline walk more so in favour with ramblers & anyone who loves walking along the Pembrokeshire Coast. Many of the sights included here are easily accessible with ample parking in the right places should you not feel like walking the whole distance of the walk.
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Lydstep Head Coastline Walk
Lydstep Head, located on the Pembrokeshire coastline & not too far away from Manorbier & Skrinkle Haven. In this post images from Lydstep Head can be viewed including Caldey Island which is not too far from the coast & can be seen easily by the naked eye.
Lydstep Head Location & Parking
The easiest way to park up as close as possible to Lydstep Head is to take a turn opposite the Lydstep Tavern on the A4139. Carry on down the track until you get near the holiday village then take a left otherwise you will end up driving through the Holiday Park. There is ample parking although the road to the park is very bumpy with walkers also using the road, so drive with caution. A map is provided below with a marker.
Lydstep Head Caverns
Lydstep Head Caverns is probably the first destination after leaving the car park. It is only a couple of minutes walk away.
You can view the caverns from above as seen in the images below or you can also take 100 steps down and venture around yourself but make sure you check tide times as it is only advised to walk around Lydstep Head Caverns when the tide is out.
Walking Around Lydstep Head
Walking around Lydstep Head is pretty flat with hardly any obstacles to overcome. The views from all around are beautiful. Caldey Island can also be identified, but you will have to get closer to Lydstep Point for a better look.
More Caverns Around Lydstep Head
It's not just the small area labelled Lydstep Caverns that has them, walk around Lydstep Head & you will notice more of them around the coastline including some crevices. It is also a favourite place for rock climbers.
Reaching Lydstep Point
When reaching Lydstep Point, Caldey Island can be viewed from a good vantage point.
Lydstep Beach is also an area you can view from Lydstep Head. Lydstep is a long stretch of beach that also has a holiday park right next to it. This beach is accessible for walkers who follow the Pembrokeshire coastline path.
After walking Lydstep Head, it's time to return to the parking area & perhaps if you have time, visit more regions nearby. Thank you for looking.