See the docks as they were with augmented reality
Take a trip back in time to the beginnings of this tourist hotspot in 3D film
Download the Wales Coast Path app at home to experience the area in Augmented Reality.
Walk route: 2km / 1 mile
Extended route: 1km / 0.75 mile from Wiseman's Bridge to Amroth
"This wonderful stretch of the Wales Coast path is steeped in history. You’ll be walking on an old railway line through some tight little tunnels".
This was once a railway line, initially horse-powered, so no obvious gradient and is suitable for prams. With exception of tunnels the section from Coppit Hall to Wiseman’s Bridge, tiny seaside hamlet with a rocky beach. This walk has fantastic uninterrupted views over Saundersfoot Bay.
Why not start by experiencing Augmented Reality using your mobile device (smart phone or tablet) with the Wales Coast Path panel which is located in the carpark in front of the RNLI yellow structure.
Head north towards Wiseman’s Bridge, a coastal hamlet where there are facilities available and a service bus number 381 should you need it back to Saundersfoot (the Pembrokeshire County Council website has all the bus timetables for this area)
For those who want to go further why not carry on to Amroth, a seaside village. Or you could extend your walk in a different direction by visiting the nearby Stepaside Iron Works - a short, flat walk (4km / 2 miles) suitable for all ages.
Stop off for a paddle or an invigorating swim enjoying the views over Saundersfoot harbour.
Go to our Plan your visit page which has useful information on public transport and an interactive map to help you plan your visit.
Download the Saundersfoot - Family walks with a difference itinerary with a map of the route and the extended route to explore more of the beautiful Welsh coastline.