Why the new Coastal Way is the perfect excuse to explore the secret corners of Wales


To my right, a skylark hovers above a meadow, trilling its delicate song to nobody in particular. To my left, ragged cliffs, yellow with an eruption of gorse, drop into the open expanse of the Irish Sea – spring has firmly sprung on the Welsh coast.

Having launched late last year, the country’s 180-mile Coastal Way is a national trail – one of three new national driving routes designed to showcase Wales from its most flattering side –that takes Cardigan Bay in its stride.

While the distances may appear small on paper, the reality is very different as you leave the A-roads behind to detour down single-track lanes with high hedgerows, few passing places, and views to transform even the speediest…

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