The sandy coves and dramatic headlands of the West Wales coast are largely deserted outside July and August - but only by people: the soaring cliffs and hidden inlets are a haven for birds such as choughs, razorbills, oyster catchers and peregrine falcons. Grey seals abound and you may be lucky enough to see porpoises and dolphins.
Our walks cover the coast from Dinas Head just south of Newport to Newquay in the north, (where boat trips are available to see the dolphins). We often take a day trip to St David’s, Whitesands and Ramsey Island as well.
Richard Mitchley is a Welsh speaker with a knowledge and love of Welsh culture that ranges from rugby to strict-metre poetry. His family have lived at Parc-y-gors since the 1950's.
Richard is a qualified Mountain Leader and a life-long amateur naturalist and historian. He is also an inveterate croquet addict. He has walked all over Wales and trekked in Nepal, India, New Zealand and Europe. In his spare time he earns his living as an actor and presenter.
For a taste of Dragon Trails watch this film by Christian Fischer..