The “Navigator” had decreed that today we would head for the coast with a little inland to start with and so we parked up in the National Trust car park at Stackpole Quay.
The day started out a bit damp but brightened up as the day progressed. From the quay we headed towards Barafundle Bay and then inland to cross the estate and onto Bosherton Lily Ponds.
We stopped for lunch on a piece of high ground overlooking the ponds and the lilies which were still in bloom.
From here the path led down to the beach at Broadhaven South with views of Bishop Rock in the bay.
The walk now was along the coast path with views of Stackpole Head and then down and across Barafundle Bay and back to the car.
We saw choughs, a kestrel and a gannet. The latter was diving for food just off Church Rock.