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A bit of history and a fun place to explore for the kids.
Lovely panorama from Lower Town all the way around Fishguard Bay to the North breakwater and lighthouse. Perfect place for watching the sun change the colours in the sky as it goes...More
Walked to the fort from our resort along the coastal path. I have to say the views along the way were fantastic, kept pausing to look for dolphins and seal!. Well worth the effort to visit, makes an ideal spot for a picnic and for...More
Above Fishguard is a fort. It was built to stop pirates blockading the port and played a minor role in the defence against the French invasion of 1797.
There is a car park and then a short walk to the fort, where you’ll get great...More
Car park entrance can be easily missed. Parking is free. The return walk (fairly steep with a seat provided half way) from the Fort ruins to the car park could be challenging for the less mobile, especially when wet under foot. Well worth taking the...More
Best accessed from a cliff top car park or the coastal path the fort ruins are siuated on a prometary overlooking the irish sea. There are stunning views along the coast and of the bay with the ferry port nearby
.One for the history buffs.