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Explore the coast and countryside around Ceibwr

Ceibwr Bay near Moylgrove offers the choice of two circular walks which start and finish at the parking area in the valley at Ceibwr.

The 3.8 mile Ceibwr/Moylgrove walk takes you from the car park south west along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail to reach the famous Witches Cauldron. ​The route then heads inland via woodland paths and minor roads back towards the village of Moylgrove before returning to Ceibwr through Cwm Trewyddel woodland.

Witches Cauldron - Pwll y Wrach
The famous Witches Cauldron (Welsh: Pwll y Wrach).

The 4.3 mile Ceibwr/Pwllgranant walk heads north from the car park along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail taking in stunning views of the rugged North Pembrokeshire Coast before reaching Pwllgranant. From here the route heads inland, up through the valley, through woodland and along farm tracks in a southerly direction before returning to Ceibwr through Cwm Trewyddel woodland.


View across Ceibwr Bay.

The network of rights of way in this area makes it possible to shorten these walks, or if you’re up for more of a challenge, you could combine both walks to result in an 8.1 mile walk.

If you're only looking for a gentle stroll, there's also the 0.7 Ceibwr to Pwll y Wrach walk,​ which takes around 40 minutes each way.

This and over 200 other mapped-out routes can be found on the Search Walks page.


Walk of the Month
Published 09/11/2017



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