The Green Bridge of Wales

The dramatic Carboniferous Limestone coastal scenery of the southern Castlemartin peninsula includes Elegug Stacks and the natural arch of the Green Bridge of Wales, both lying west of Flimston Bay. This coastline is one of the finest stretches of limestone cliff scenery in Britain and ranks as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), a Special Protected Area (SPA), and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for its geological and fossil record. The freestanding former arches of Elegug Stacks or Stack Rocks are named after the guillemots (`elegug¿ in Welsh) which nest here along with razorbills, fulmars and cormorants.

Map Reference SR99SW

Grid Reference SR92489442

Source: https://coflein.gov.uk

Photo copywrite: Sion Esmond Photography

Location


Address

The Green Bridge of Wales
Merrion
Castlemartin
Pembrokeshire
SA71 5EB

Contact

T: 01646

Info

Dog friendly: No

Covid-19

PLAN AHEAD – BE PREPARED

Travel restrictions in Wales have been lifted.

Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopened to day visitors.

Sat 11th July. Some types of self-contained holiday accommodation will reopen.

Mon 13th July. Some indoor attractions will reopen. Pubs, restaurants and cafes with outside seating will also reopen.

Sat 25th July. Tourist accommodation with shared facilities, such as camping sites reopen.

Mon 27th July. Indoor cinemas, museums and galleries will reopen.

Some Coronavirus restrictions will remain in place so please understand that things may be slightly different. This is necessary to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services