Green Bridge

The Green Bridge of Wales is a spectacular natural arch, which has been carved by the sea into the cliffs of the Pembrokeshire coast. Visitors can reach this feature by means of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, near Bosherston, an easy grass path which leads to a viewing platform. The 186 mile (299km) coastal Path meanders on through some of the most ruggedly picturesque scenery in the world, with outstanding views of charming in-lets leading peaceful golden beaches, mysterious smugglers caves and other natural formations shaped by time and tide.

Ref: Green Bridge

Date: 06/11/2010

Location: Green Bridge, Pembrokeshire

Photographer: Martin Skidmore

Green Bridge
Green Bridge

The Green Bridge of Wales is a spectacular natural arch, which has been carved by the sea into the cliffs of the Pembrokeshire coast. Visitors can reach this feature by means of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, near Bosherston, an easy grass path which leads to a viewing platform. The 186 mile (299km) coastal Path meanders on through some of the most ruggedly picturesque scenery in the world, with outstanding views of charming in-lets leading peaceful golden beaches, mysterious smugglers caves and other natural formations shaped by time and tide.

Ref: Green Bridge

Date: 06/11/2010

Location: Green Bridge, Pembrokeshire

Photographer: Martin Skidmore