The 870-mile Welsh Coast Path is one of the glories of Wales. Did you know that 20% of it is cared for by the National Trust?
Last Christmas oand New Year I posted a blog on my twelve favourite walks with links to the downloadable walk on our website. Over 200 people clicked on the links and by using the stats, I can now share with you what were our followers' favourites.
Cliciwch ar deitl y daith gerdded ar gyfer cyfarwyddiadau, map a mannau o ddiddordeb.
Click on the highlighted walk title for directions, map and points of interest.
Walk 12. Porthoer & Mynydd Carreg
Walk 11. Martin's Haven and Deer Park
A short but spectacular walk around the end of the Marloes peninsula. No deer to see, but lots of seals. You may be lucky to spot seal pups before they take to the sea. Enjoy spectacular rocks and sea views. From the top you'll see most of Pembrokeshire's islands. Mwynhewch yr olygfa ar draws y Swnt dwyllodrus i Sgomer.
Walk 10. Menai Strait & Glan Faenol
This is one of North Wales' best kept secrets: the walled woodland that is Glan Faenol. Look out for winter wading birds from the hand-made greenwood hides and platforms. Explore varied native woodland and ancient parkland with views of the house and gardens at Plas Newydd and the hills of Snowdonia. Gallaf warantu y byddwch yn cael y lle i chi eich hun!
Walk 9. Abereiddi & Porthgain
One of the attractions of this popular Pembrokeshire cliff-top walk is the wonderful Sloop Inn at Porthgain. When you peer into the depths of the Blue Lagoon, spare a thought for the world cliff diving competitors as they took the plunge here in September. Explore the evocative ruins of the quarrymen's houses between the beach and the lagoon, known as The Street. Yn ddi-os, y Slŵp yw un o dafarnau gorau ein harfordir!
Walk 8. Ragwen Point
Burn off calories on the steep steps up from Pendine and descend to one of Carmarthen Bay's hidden gems, Morfa Bychan beach. Can you work out what the curious concrete structures are at the back of the beach? They're covered in the impacts of artillery shells, why? Get the story on the downloadable walk. Golygfeydd godidog ar draws Bae Caerfyrddin.
Walk 7. Bosherston Lily Ponds
These amazing man-made freshwater lakes are the crowing glory of the wonderful Stackpole estate. They're one of the best places in Wales to see otters in the wild. A small detour will take you to the amazing beach of Broadhaven, which like its neighbour Barafundle is one of the very few sandy beaches in Wales which is untouched by development. Tybed beth yw'r enw Cymraeg ar gyfer Barafundle?
Walk 6. Lawrenny Woods
This Pembrokeshire walk is one of the county's hidden gems. Tucked amongst the inlets of the mighty Cleddau estuary, this short but sometimes steep walk goes through some of the most undisturbed woods in West Wales. If you enjoy this walk, why not return in the summer to enjoy a bite at the Quayside Cafe?. Dewch i fynd am dro ymysg rhai o'r coetiroedd unigryw'r Cleddau.
Walk 5. Dinas Island
This is one of my favourite Cardigan Bay walks. The 2 hour walk takes in breathtaking views of the coast of North Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion and the pretty, secluded hamlets of Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys. View the ruins of St Brynach's church, which was badly damaged in a great storm in the great 'Royal Charter' storm of 1859. Ynys Dinas - un o drysorau cudd Ceredigion.
Walk 4. Porthdinllaen
Walk 3. Garn Fawr
Another personal favourite of mine, this short walk takes you to one of the most spectacular views on the entire Welsh coast. And if the view wasn't enough, where else can you see a combination of Iron Age and Second World War archaeology side by side? A great place to see the rare chough. Rwy'n credu bod yr olygfa o yma yw'r gorau yng Nghymru.
Walk 2. Rhossili Headland
Wales' No.1 Most Popular Walk:
The perfect combination of dramatic sea views, a hidden beach and a cosy cafe to warm up over a cream tea. Make sure you've got boots or wellies for the puddles. This is one of my favourite circular walks on the Gower. Dyma fy hoff daith gerdded ar arfordir Gŵyr.
For loads more great Welsh walks, visit our Walking in Wales web pages.
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