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.
The best part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts in Broad Haven and ends in Cardigan. The route is 138 kilometers, or 85 miles, long and is divided into 6 stages. The route takes you through Britain's beautiful coastal landscape, past remote beaches, castle ruins, and small fishing villages. The trail also takes you past prehistoric monuments, such as Stone Age cromlechs and Iron Age hillforts. Along the way, you may also spot puffins and seals enjoying the scenery.