Solva (4), Pembrokeshire, Wales
Patches of Bell Heather on the ciffs between Caer Bwdy Bay and St. Nons.
The headland in the distance is St. David's Head.
The path winding it's way along the cliff tops towards our next major landmark - Caerfai Bay.
Welsh mountain ponies are 'employed' along the coast path because they are very sure footed and aren't likely to fall over the cliffs and also because grazing prevents scrub (low bushes) invading the area.
Finally we reach, and pass, Caerfai Bay with it's sandy beach - our last major landmark before St. Nons which is now only a half mile away.
We soon reached St. Nons and made our way back to St. Davids using the public footpath across the fields. An absolutely super walk in wonderful weather. It couldn't have been better.