Pembrokeshire Coast Path
'The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is among my favourite British rambles,' say Jo. 'The 186-mile trail has steep limestone cliffs, undulating sandstone bays, flooded glacial valleys and, in summer, a blaze of wildflowers. It's a popular little stretch, but my favourite circular jaunt is around St David's Head, starting from St Justinian's car park. Last summer, a kestrel hovered so close I could have plucked it out of the sky, while a grey seal poked around in the rocky inlets below.'
Distance 5.5 miles