We saw a few old structures while we were in Pembrokeshire. These were the oldest.
These were neolithic (I think) burial sites, and there are several scattered round the coast. Our chief difficulty was finding them, as neither of them were signposted!
This was called Carn Llidi and was along the coast path in quite a lonely, stony area. Anselm provides quite a good guide to the size of the stones.
The kids enjoyed climbing on the rocks and attacking one another.
The second was called Carreg Samson and was in the middle of a farmer’s field. Here it is in the drizzle and murk…
As you can see, it is bigger than the other one…
On the last day of our trip, we went to Pembroke Castle. The kids had fun because it is pretty intact for a medieval castle, with lots of steps to towers, narrow corridors leading all over the place and walks around the walls.
All those steps were very tiring!
I liked these little old houses outside the walls.