Starting in Amroth and ending in St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire's Coastal Path in south-west Wales was recently named the third best walk in the world. We'll explore all 186 miles of this National Trail in S4C's new series, Llwybr yr Afrordir, which starts on Monday, 12 September.
Leading us through the journey will be writer and broadcaster Jon Gower from Llanelli, naturalist Elinor Gwynn, and poet and scholar Damian Walford Davies. Over a period of six weeks, these three will be exploring the path's archaeology, geography, wildlife and history, as well as half a dozen different areas along the way.
In the first programme on Monday night, Jon will be heading to Tenby where he has collected many fond memories, while Elinor and Damian look at the history and nature of the surrounding area.
Jon says, "It's a place that reminds me of an old posh lady wearing long white, formal gloves and her best jewellery.
"With its harbour which lures one to take a photograph, and its remarkable architecture from many centuries, it really is a sight for sore eyes," he adds, as he reminisces about the times he went to the town on Sunday school trips when he was only five years old.
Here is a rare opportunity to see Wales' coast in all its brilliance. The path includes all kinds of different coastal landscapes, from its castellated cliffs to its sheltered bays, open beaches and meandering estuaries.
The series has been produced in co-operation with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The Park's Chief Executive, Tegryn Jones, says, "Pembrokeshire's Coastal Path offers something to meet every taste - it's 186 miles of coast which is full of variety.
"It includes places as varied as the limestone cliffs in the south with its magnificent views, to St David's Head and then up north to the breathtaking scenery of the cliffs."
The journey continues in the second programme of the series, with Damian visiting the Castlemartin area, and Elinor spending time in Angle.
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