Pembrokeshire offers some of the best coastal walking in the world.
Stretching 186 miles from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth near Tenby, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park. The routes weave their way alongside the rich marine haven for off-shore birds, seals and porpoises, sidestepping sleepy fishing villages and bustling harbours, and overlooking expansive sandy beaches and intriguing coves.
Walkers of all ages and abilities will find something that suits them, from gentle strolls, to circular walks, to full-day treks. The Pembrokeshire Coastal bus service is a great option for those who want to be picked up or dropped off at any point along their route, and many of the paths are suitable for wheelchairs.
But this isn’t just about the coastline. The county is also home to the awe-inspiring Preseli mountains and more than 620 miles of footpaths and bridleways.
Walkers who visit tell us that the views don’t get much better, and the air doesn’t get much fresher, than in Pembrokeshire. And we love welcoming them back, year after year.