Cycling Mountain Biking in Pembrokeshire West Wales & Self Catering Nearby

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Cycling Mountain Biking in Pembrokeshire West Wales & Self Catering Nearby


Cycling in Newport and self catering accommodation nearby...

Many trails and quiet local roads in the area making superb cycling. You can cycle right onto Newport sands. NCN Route:National Route 82 (Lon Teifi) also passes through Newport or if you fancy a more challenging ride then why not take on the Preseli Hills.

Cycling in South Pembrokeshire and self catering accommodation nearby...

The quiet country roads are ideal for cycling with rides to suit all ages, from beginners to experienced cyclists. Local trails also include The tramway, Brunel Trail, Cardi Bach, Llys y Fran. While there are many Nationl Cycle Network routes that pass through the area. The annual Tour of Pembrokeshire cycle ride is a fantastic event and a great sportive.

Cycling in Solva and St Davids and self catering accommodation nearby...

National Cycle Route 4 (or NCR 4) actually runs from London to Fishguard. The Pembrokeshire sections of this route are mainly on quiet country roads are great for all levels with long flat sections but also plenty of climbs for the more experienced riders.

Cycling Llys-Y-Fran Haverfordwest and self catering accommodation nearby...

For off road cycling Llys-Y-Fran is a large country park  just outside Haverfordwest. The ride is based around the reservoir and its dam in the park.

Cycling in Broad Haven and self catering accommodation nearby...

National Cycle Route 4 (or NCR 4) passes directly through Broad Haven and actually runs from London to Fishguard. The Pembrokeshire sections of this route are mainly on quiet country roads. With Haverfordwest being only 6 miles away and mainly flat that can be quite an enjoyable ride and there is a cycle track running parallel to the main road for most of the way. For a more challenging ride try cycling to Haverfordwest and then along the St Davids road until Newgale before returning along the coastal road.