Have you always dreamed about wandering along the wild and rugged coastline of Wales? Now is your chance! Walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path along Wales' western peninsula. You'll find remote beaches, castle ruins, old fishing villages, and traditional Welsh towns. Follow the cliff-top trails and listen to the Atlantic waves crashing into sea caves below. Spot puffins and seals enjoying this coastal habitat. In this blog post, you'll find everything you need to know to walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, including tips on the route, a map, distance, accommodation possibilities and much more!
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a long-distance walk in Wales. The entire route is 300 km long, or 186 miles, and leads you through some of Britain's most breathtaking coastal landscapes in around two weeks. You will walk almost entirely through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Britain's only coastal park. If two weeks is too much for you, you can also choose to walk the best part. Which one? We'll help you decide. Let's go!