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Coast Path Walks and Routes

 

Strap on your walking boots, it’s time for an adventure.

Pembrokeshire has some of the most incredible walks in the UK and that’s even before you consider the 186-mile National Park Coast Path. Explore golden beaches, hidden bays, climb rocky outcrops and enjoy magical moments – it’s all waiting for you.

 

Dinas Island Coast Walk
Spectacular Views of North Pembrokeshire
Garn Fawr and Strumble Head Coast Walk
A rocky outcrop and lighthouse
Martin’s Haven to Nolton Haven Coast Walk
Explore St Bride's Bay
Solva Coast Walk
A picturesque stop on the coast path
Marloes Peninsula and Deer Park Coast Walk
The western edge of Pembrokeshire
Dale to St Ann’s Head Coast Walk
Explore the Cleddau estuary
Freshwater East to Swanlake Bay Coast Walk
Hidden bays and rugged cliffs
Tenby to Saundersfoot Coast Walk
The seaside resorts

 

Getting Around

Sometimes you have to rest your feet and hitch a lift.

During the summer months you can travel from different hot spots along the coast thanks to a shuttle bus service. Operating every day from May to September you can access walks, beaches, boat trips, local villages and attractions. In winter the Poppit Rocket, Strumble Shuttle, Puffin Shuttle and Coastal Cruiser run to a reduced timetable from October to April.

All coastal buses operate on a 'Hail and Ride' basis in rural areas, so all you have to do is signal to the driver to stop (ie flag it down). As long as it is safe, passengers can be picked up or set down at any point along the route. You can bring dogs on the bus, but not bikes.

 

Kitted Out

Even for the shorter walks, it’s always useful to wear walking boots and some warm clothing - if you don’t have boots then a pair of sturdier trainers will do the trick.