Ludchurch is a small village about 3 miles southeast of Narberth in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. It stands between Narberth and Amroth some 2 miles (as the crow flies) from the beaches at Amroth.
Walks, Cycle Trails and Other Activities
The Knight's Way, a medieval pilgrim's route, cuts through the village of Ludchurch en-route from Amroth on the south coast to St David's in the north west.
The Landsker Borderlands Trail (96 km / 60 miles), a way-marked long distance footpath, passes close by the village. The route explores the rural area on the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border from Llanboidy and Efailwen in the north via Canaston Bridge on the Daugleddau to Landshipping and Lawrenny in the south.
The beaches at Tenby, Saundersfoot, Amroth and Pendine are within easy driving distance of the village.
St Elidyr's Church, Ludchurch, is a fine looking medieval church. The nave and chancel are 13th century and the imposing west tower and the south aisle are believed to be 16th century. The church was restored in the 19th century and the interior is mainly 19th century.
There are many attractions less than a 20 minute drive from Ludworth including Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, the Blue Lagoon water park, the Dinosaur Park, and Heatherton World of Activities.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is two miles away at Amroth and year round Coastal Bus Services are specially designed for walkers.
The nearby coastal resorts offer opportunities for boat trips for fishing, and bird/seal watching.
Accommodation and Services
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