A must do – Walking Treginnis Headland.
One of our favourite walks as a family is walking Treginnis Headland, any season, always so much to see. Therefore check us out for availability – Treginnis Cottages
On Sunday, we were sat at the Copper Mines just opposite Ramsey House of Ramsey Island. Suddenly St Davids Lifeboat station’s all weather Lifeboat ‘Norah Wortley’ appeared in Ramsey Sound. There was a shout to rescue some children near Newgale. Whilst on route ‘Norah Wortley’ was stood down since the RNLI Lifeguards on Newgale had returned the children to safety.
‘Norah Wortley’ looks so magnficent with the white spray in its wake. Similarly, the lifeboat men are well aware of the treacherous rocks that are in Ramsey Sound.
From Treginnis headland walk along the coastpath past Castell Heinif to visit St Davids Lifeboat Station. Castell Heinif shows prehistoric defensive organisation and settlement. Here are the remains of a defended enclosure, which could date to the Iron Age period (c. 800 BC – AD 43). You can see the enclosure on a narrow coastal promontory. Look out to sea, you can see Ogof Mary, a natural arch. This narrow neck joins to the mainland on the east. It is is defended by two curving ramparts. Just carry on walking to St Justinian Lifeboat Station.