GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Saundersfoot Walks - Circular Walk to Wiseman's Bridge

5 miles (8.8 km)

This delightful village sits in a lovely spot on the Pembrokeshire Coast. There's a picturesque harbour and a beautiful beach to enjoy here.
This circular walk from the village explores the coast path before heading into the surrounding countryside. The route uses sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the Miners Walk, two long distance footpaths running through the area.
On the walk you'll visit Wiseman's Bridge, Pleasant Valley, Stepaside, Kingsmoor and Bonvilles Court. Just north of the village look out for the old Stepaside Iron works, which is now a historic ruin. An information panel can be found here, detailing the history of the area. The old dramway here has recently been resurfaced and makes an ideal safe cycle for families all the way into Saundersfoot.
The walk can be extended by heading north east to visit neighbouring Amroth with more details on the Amroth to Saundersfoot Walk. Here you can pay a visit to the lovely Amroth and Colby Woodland Garden where there's acres of interesting plants and flowers to see.

Saundersfoot OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Saundersfoot Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Walks near Saundersfoot

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

If you head east along the Wales coast path you can visit the wonderful Pendine Sands on the Pendine to Amroth Coastal Path. The wide beach is notable as the location of many world land speed record attempts by people such as Sir Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird.


Saundersfoot - - 243956


Beach at Saundersfoot - - 2527691

Beach at Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot harbour - - 2527692

Saundersfoot harbour

The Strand, Saundersfoot - - 1414976

The Strand

Wiseman's Bridge - - 1692079

Wiseman's Bridge. There are two stone arches. The main stream goes under the far one, whilst the near one seems to be for a loop through a marshy area. Tramway Cottage is in the background.

Grove Colliery, Stepaside - - 876347

Grove Colliery, Stepaside. Winding engine houses for Grove colliery. The original winder was on the left. It was replaced by a vertical winding engine located in a new house built to the right of the original building. This was probably installed when the shaft was deepened in 1873. Winding of coal ceased around 1884.

The Coppet Hall restaurant, Saundersfoot - - 1691720

The Coppet Hall restaurant, Saundersfoot. Next to the north end of the beach and a large car park.

St Issells church, Saundersfoot (geograph 2607213)

St Issells church, Saundersfoot


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