The Wales Coast Path is an 870-mile route, spanning eight geographical areas from Chepsstow, Monmouthshire in the south to Queensferry, Flintshire in the north. Wales has the distinction of being the largest country in the world with a continuous trail around its entire coast. Visually stunning and home to numerous historic sites and villages, the route runs through National Nature Reserves, World Heritage Sites, Special Areas of Conservation, National Parks, Heritage Coasts, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and areas managed and protected by Wildlife Trusts and the National Trust.
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines, for Big Blend Radio with travel writer Debbie Stone who shares her walking adventure with Celtic Trails on the Wales Coast Path, from Tenby to Burry Port. Read her story on NationalParkTraveling.com.
featured music on this episode is “Wizard’s Walk” by Highland Way.