Photos of the scenery surrounding Craig-Y-Mor
Craig-Y-Mor sits in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Both Whitesands Beach and St David's can be easily reached on foot, with Whitesands and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path being just five-minute walk down a quiet country lane.
Whitesands Bay (Welsh: Porth Mawr) is a Blue Flag golden sand beach renowned for its surfing and swimming.
Above the beach is the craggy outcrop of Carn Llidi. From its 594 ft (181 m) summit you can enjoy spectacular views across the Irish Sea to the Pembrokeshire islands; you may even be able to make out the Wicklow Hills in Ireland on a clear day!
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path provides access to the secluded bays of Porthlleuog and Porthmelgan, and the rugged coastal scenery of St Davids Head to the north, where you can often see porpoise playing in the swells.
To the south, the coastal path leads to the sheltered cove of Porthselau and St. Justinian's, with its lifeboat station and views across the swirling waters of Ramsey Sound to Ramsey Island.
There are a number of megalithic burial chambers, stone hut circles and Iron Age field systems and enclosures to be seen in the vicinity of Carn Llidi and St Davids Head.