Green Bridge of Wales

Green Bridge

The Green Bridge of Wales is a fantastic example of a natural rock arch at Castlemartin near Pembroke. 

Around 80 feet high and 66 feet long it’s the covering of vegetation on it’s surface that gives rise to the Green in the name. 

What we think is great about this place is the manmade viewing platform….

…with it’s very convenient smart phone camera holders! Set up to give you the perfect shot.

How to get to the Green Bridge of Wales

Getting to the Green Bridge of Wales is not easy.  It’s a good 15 minutes beyond Pembroke with it’s Castle.  And the closer you get the narrower the roads become.  So it will take some time.  Slow down and enjoy the journey.  This is a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire, with Bosherston, Barafundle, St Govan’s and Freshwater West Beach all nearby.  And they are all worth a visit!

Nearest Postcode: SA71 5AH

Map Ref: SR 88184 00040

Where to park for the Green Bridge of Wales

There is a massive car park near to the Green Bridge of Wales.  And it’s free!!  It’s a great place for a picnic too and a short walk away from Stack Rocks.

  • Map reference SR 886 995
  • Nearest Post Code SA71 5AH

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Just a short walk away, along the coast, from the Green Bridge of Wales are the magnificent Stack Rocks. Both are approximately half an hour from the popular seaside resort of Tenby and the nearest town is Pembroke. 

It’s right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path so it’s a great place to combine some walking.  One of our favourites is the walk to St Govans from here.  If you’d like to do some coast path walking check out our post on walks in Pembrokeshire and this book.  We’ve got the older version and found it brilliant when we walked the whole thing.  It’s battered, bruised and well thumbed but we still use it today!

We would always recommend wearing at least mid-ankle boots as a minimum on any Pembrokeshire walk as they can all be muddy, wet and/or rocky.  You don’t want wet feet on a long hike and you certainly don’t want to be twisting an ankle. We’re on our second pair of these by Salomon which says a lot about how good we thought the first pair was.

Whatever the length of your walk remember to carry the right gear and perhaps most importantly a map and compass.

Where to stay near the Green Bridge of Wales

There are not many places to stay close to the Green bridge of Wales itself.  But there are plenty of Campsites, B&Bs, guesthouses, hotels and self catering accommodation options nearby. 

Check to see what’s available.

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2 thoughts on “Green Bridge of Wales”

  1. Hi we went to St govans the other day but did not know ho to get to the green bridge we parked in the large car park at St govans we could see stack rocks on the map in the car park but not the green bridge any info would be appreciated
    Cheers Alan

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