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Heslomonick wrote a review Aug 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom71 contributions58 helpful votes
We came here on a rainy day in August and parked at the Millennium Quay car park. It wasn’t very busy probably because of the weather. We had a tow bar bike rack and ended up taking up more than one space as a result but we thought it would be ok given there were so many spaces free in the car park. We didn’t get a penalty thank goodness. We cycled all the way along to Burry Port which I think was about 4.5 miles. The path was wide and well maintained all the way and we had a great time even though it poured down the whole time. Some bits of the path were hilly so we had some hard-ish climbs particularly for our 6 year old on a bike with no gears, and some exhilarating downhill stretches. The views were probably lovely along the way but we couldn’t really appreciate them due to the weather. We did see the (empty) beach at Burry Port when we arrived and we could tell it would be nice to see if the weather was better. Along the way there was a (soaking wet) playground and a cafe. We also saw a train go past us on our ride as the track runs parallel at one point. We particularly enjoyed our ride because there were hardly any other souls around, just a few hardy dog-walkers and cyclists. So we almost had the place to ourselves.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bigbusbird wrote a review Aug 2020
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Beautiful walks on very well maintained parts with lots of interesting features and boards displaying local history. I love walking along there soaking up the coastal scenery and history.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Cdawg wrote a review Mar 2020
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I found my first experience here to be average, it would suit to have more benches so resting up would be easier
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Euan Mochrie wrote a review Mar 2020
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Was just a bit guff can’t say too much else to be perfectly honest. Very unimpressed. As I said, just a bit poor.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Adam S wrote a review Mar 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom7 contributions4 helpful votes
Too much coastline for my liking, afraid of water so found I couldn’t appreciate the natural beauty of the place
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Date of experience: March 2020
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