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Dinas Cross Tourist Information
Dinas Cross is a village positioned mid-way between the towns of Fishguard and Newport on Dinas Island Peninsula, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The village, which lies on the mainland side of the peninsula has a few facilities including two pubs that serve food, a fish and chip shop and a general store.

The National Trust's Dinas Island Peninsula
Dinas Island is separated from mainland Wales by a shallow neck of marshland with a stream running through a deep valley, with Cwm yr Eglwys Beach on the Eastern side, and Pwllgwaelod Beach on the Western side. Cwm yr Eglwys offers a delightful sandy beach with plenty of rock pools waiting to be explored by intrepid youngsters, Pwllgwaelod is the more popular of these two sandy beaches and it comes with the added bonus of having a pub which serves food, located practically on the beach.

The renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path allows walkers to take a leisurely stroll around Dinas island, as it makes its way from Cwm yr Eglwys Beach around to Pwllgwaelod Beach. The walk can be fairly steep and rocky in places, but the views are undoubtedly worth the effort. Dinas Head, in particular, offers walkers some breathtaking views over the two sweeping bays, as it stands 142 metres (465 feet) above sea level.

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