It's official. From Monday 6th July, it's safe to go back to the water
It's felt like an eternity, but the Welsh Government have stuck to their guns, insisting on only lifting travel restrictions in Wales when safe to do so.
From Monday 6th July, however, we're free to head to the coast again. And while pubs and restaurants may not be open yet (at the time of writing they were due to open for outdoor service from 13th July), there's still plenty to be had out of a trip to the seaside. Not least, of course, a cracking coastal walk.
To celebrate, we've trawled our archives to come up with the best walks to be had by the sea right now, as we reacquaint ourselves with the wonderful Welsh coast...
What better time to try and live in the moment? In these uncertain times, none of us knows what the future holds - all we have is now. So try this trio of mindfulness walks, which offer plenty of opportunities to stop and take in the present moment. Click here
VIEWS WORTH THE WAIT
After all this time you may just have forgotten how stunning the Welsh coast can be! If you're looking to be reminded of the breathtaking beauty on our doorstep, these three spectacular walks, from the Llyn Peninsula to Pembrokeshire, are just the ticket. Click here
Certain restrictions may still be in place, but you can be assured of a classic ice-cream seller on these three seaside strolls in Llandudno, Aberaeron and Tenby. Click here
** PLEASE VISIT RESPONSIBLY! **
Of course, we all still need to act responsibly at this time, so if you visit an area that's getting busy, please consider moving on to somewhere quieter. And do note that some of the amenities may not yet be fully open, so take the opportunity to use toilet facilities en route for example. Finally, do bring a bin liner with you so you can take any rubbish home with you in case bins aren't yet available.
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