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The Last Invasion – Fishguard & Goodwick Scenic walking tour

A journey that takes you along the timeline of the famous Battle of Fishguard and delves into the local culture and geological surroundings of Fishguard & Goodwick.

Last invasion walk

The Last Invasion Walking Tour

 

In the hands of  our local tour leaders you will discover where mainland Britain was last invaded, where the Stonehenge ‘Bluestones’ came from and the fascinating history from retreating Ice Age glaciers, through Viking invaders, the industrial past and onwards to more modern events.

Packed full of historic stories and fascinating remnants, this tour takes you on the journey along the timeline of the famous Battle of Fishguard, as well as delving into the local culture and geological surroundings of Fishguard & Goodwick.

Starting in Fishguard town you will wind your way down to our picturesque Lower Town Harbour looking up to Fishguard Fort, where you will hear true local stories of Pirates and the famous Last Invasion of Britain by the French.

Lower Town

TICKET PRICE

ADULT £20

CHILDREN £12

Departs 10:00am – Ends 13:30pm (APPROX)

For group bookings between 7-12 please get in touch for a discounted price per person.

After experiencing some local hospitality

you will make your way back to Fishguard via the footpath beside the beautiful and famous River Gwaun.

Tour Length is 3.5 hours  10AM-13:30PM

PLEASE NOTE that you will not be walking for the whole time.

The total distance covered is just under 2 miles, which meaning that there’s a lot of time to take in the historical details and spectacular views!

Terrain

The route taken on this tour does include various environments, there are uphill and downhill paths and short walks along roads. We highly recommend you wear suitable footwear for walking on hard muddy paths, grass, and water.

Whilst a majority of the route is fairly flat and wide, unfortunately this tour would not be suitable for wheelchair users and prams due to the uphill/ downhill and narrow footpaths on some sections. Due to the length and terrain, we do not recommend for children under 8.

 

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