This is it! The final day of our challenge.
Leaving Marloes, we’ll head South West to St Anns Head and then past Sheep Island, a finger-shaped rock pointing west off the extreme end of the South Pembrokeshire peninsula. If Sheep Island has a claim to fame it is a sombre one, for it was close by that one of the worst maritime tragedies in the history of the Pembrokeshire coast occurred during World War 11.
After Sheep Island, we head towards Linney Head and then St. Govan’s Head . We cross the dangerous waters to Manorbier, round Castle Head and then comes the home straight to the beach at Tenby. If you fancy a lovely day out, why not come and greet us! Just make sure you bring us a cuppa!