GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Pembrokeshire Coast Walks

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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Abermawr Woods2 miles (2.5 km)This short walk takes you along Abermawr Beach and through Abermawr Woods on the Pembrokeshire Coast View Full Details>>
Amroth and Colby Woodland Garden2 miles (4 km)Enjoy a walk along the lovely coastline at Amroth and visit the National Trust's Colby Woodland Garden. View Full Details>>
Amroth to Saundersfoot2 miles (4 km)A short walk along a delightful stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast. The route takes you between the lovely villages of Amroth and Saundersfoot, with pretty beaches, cliff tops and coastal views. View Full Details>>
Caldey Island2 miles (4 km)Follow the walking trails around this fascinating and beautiful island off the Pembrokeshire coast, near Tenby. You can catch a boat from Tenby Harbour to the island. A short stroll from the jetty takes you to the attractive monastery, village green and pretty cottages of the inhabitants. There is also the fascinating Old Priory and two medieval churchesto explore. Caldey is one of the Holy Islands of Britain and has a history stretching back 1500 years. View Full Details>>
Canaston Woods5 miles (8 km)Enjoy a walk or cycle around these pretty woodlands in Pembrokeshire. There's 420 acres to explore with a good mountain bike track running through the centre of the woods. It's a fairly easy path so it's suitable for families. There are also numerous footpaths to follow through the ancient mixed woodland. View Full Details>>
Carew Castle1 miles (2 km)This fine castle in Pembrokeshire has a lovely one mile circular walking trail taking you around thepretty 23-acre Millpond. It's a good footpath which starts at the car park and takes you along the southern side of the castle to the interesting Tidal Mill. The present building dates from the early 19th century and is the only restored tidal Mill in Wales and one of just five in the UK. There are interactive displays which describe the operation of the mill machinery. View Full Details>>
Circular Walk around Tenby12 miles (19 km)A circular walk taking you along the coast to Saundersfoot before heading into the countryside surrounding the Pembrokeshire town. There's some lovey coast and countryside to enjoy, with great views from the high points. View Full Details>>
Dinas Island2 miles (4 km)Enjoy stunning coastal views on this circular walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast. Dinas Island is actually a peninsula with a wonderful 466ft (142m) viewpoint at the high point known as Pen-y-fan. It's a steep climb but you are rewarded with wonderful views of Cardigan Bay, Fishguard Bay, Snowdonia and Llyn. The headland itself is very attractive, covered with a variety of plants and flowers including gorse, bracken, hawthorn, blackthorn, heather, foxglove and orchids. There's also good birdwatching opportunities as you may see choughs, peregrine falcons and various other sea birds. View Full Details>>
Foel Cwmcerwyn4 miles (6 km)Climb to the highest point in the Presili Hills on this challenging walk in Pembrokeshire. The hill stands at 1759 feet and commands wonderful views of the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Garn Fawr1 miles (2 km)This short circular walk climbs the spectacular Garn Fawr viewpoint on the Pembrokeshire Coast. There is a parking area just opposite a grassy path which leads to the high point and an OS trig point. A little scramble is required to climb to the 213m (699 feet)summit where there are wonderful views over the surrounding coast and countryside. The Pen Caer peninsulaand the lighthouse at Strumble Head are clearly visible. The area is also the site of a very fine 2,500 year old Iron Age Fort. It is still possible to make out much of the layout of its ramparts. View Full Details>>
Gwaun Valley5 miles (8.5 km)This walk takes you through the delightful Gwaun Valley, near Fishguard. The steep sided valley includes riverside paths, attractive woodland, water meadows and pretty bluebells in the spring. This walk runs from Llanychaerto Pontfaen on fairly flat paths, for a distance of about 2.5 miles (so just over 5 miles there and back). View Full Details>>
Landsker Borderlands Trail59 miles (95 km)A super circular walk through the Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire countryside visting the River Cleddau estuary, the Ogham stones, the Norman castles at Llawhaden and Carew Castle as well as the prehistoric remains at Llawhaden View Full Details>>
Lawrenny Quay and the Daugleddau River3 miles (5 km)Enjoy woodland trails and riverside paths on this walk in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Although most of the park lies on or near the coast this area is unusual in that it lies several miles inland. View Full Details>>
Manorbier Castle2 miles (3 km)This Norman castle near Tenby is well worth a visit View Full Details>>
Marloes Sands2 miles (3 km)This short circular walk visits the beautiful Marloes Peninsula on the Pembrokeshire Coast. The National Trust managed area also includes Marloes Mere and the lovely beaches of Marloes Sands. There's great views towards Gateholme Island and Skomer Island with attractive coastal vegetation including heather and gorse. There's also lots of interesting wildlife with Welsh Mountain ponies, various sea birds and seal pups to look out for. View Full Details>>
Martin's Haven1 miles (2 km)Explore the beautiful Marloes Peninsula on this circular coastal walk in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It's a wonderful area with great views towards the nearby Skomer Island, spectacular cliff tops and fields with pink wildflowers and heather in the summer. View Full Details>>
Pembroke Castle2 miles (3 km)This is a short walk around the fascinating medieval Pembroke Castle View Full Details>>
Pembrokeshire Coast Path186 miles (299 km)Brace yourself for some spectacular coastal scenery on this magnificent 186 mile trail that passes through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. View Full Details>>
Pentre Ifan2 miles (3 km)Visit the largest and most well preservedneolithicdolmeninWales on this fascinating walk in Pembrokeshire. View Full Details>>
Picton Castle Gardens1 miles (2 km)Explore the stunning gardens surrounding this 13th century stately home in Pembrokeshire. There's well laid out footpaths taking you through 40 acres of gardens with some woodland trails to try too. Highlights include rhododendrons, peaceful woodlands, an exotic jungle garden and a pretty walled garden. There also two nice ponds with fish, frogs, eels and dragonflies to look out for. It's great for families with an adventure playground, jungle boardwalkand maze. View Full Details>>
Preseli Hills Golden Road6 miles (10 km)This splendid walking trail runs right along the spine of the Preseli Hills giving wonderful views of the area. On a clear day you can see Cardigan Bay, Snowdonia and even Ireland. You will also pass two quarries which are believed to have provided the stones for Stonehenge. The road is thought to date back to Neolithic times. View Full Details>>
Ramsey Island4 miles (6 km)Explore this beautiful island and RSPB Nature Reserve on this circular walk off the Pembrokeshire Coast. There are great walking trails running from the ferry landing taking you around the southern and middle section of the island. Ramsey is run by the RSPB so it's wonderful for bird watching with guillemots, razorbills, kttiwakes and fulmars to look out for. The island also has 120m high cliffs where you may see choughs and peregrines. In spring and summer Ramsey is covered in pretty flowers including bluebells, spring squills, pink thrift and purple heather. View Full Details>>
Skomer Island4 miles (6 km)Visit this beautiful Island on the Pembrokeshire Coast and enjoy wonderful coastal views and thousands of breedingseabirds. The island has lovely walking trails along the coast and down the centre of the island. View Full Details>>
Slebech Park2 miles (3 km)This 600 acre estate is covered with miles of footpaths making it an excellent location for walkers. It sits on the Dau cleddauriver Estuary and consists of Bluebell covered Beech wood, wildflower meadows and riverside paths. This circular walk starts from the car park and follows a very good path around the estate passing woodland and ponds. You finish with a riverside stretch along the Dau cleddauriver. View Full Details>>
Solva Harbour2 miles (3 km)Enjoy a walk around the beautiful Solva Harbour on the Pembrokeshire Coast. There are good walking trails on the east and west side of the harbour with the rocky headland of the Gribin giving wonderful views of the coast and St Bride's Bay. There are also great views of the River Solva and of the pretty Solva beach. View Full Details>>
Solva to St Davids Coastal Walk6 miles (9.7 km)A popular coastal walk from Solva to St David's along a section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The walk is just over 6 miles, taking place on undulating paths with wonderful sea views along the way. There is some climbing along the cliff tops but it is generally a fairly easy route. View Full Details>>
South of the Landsker Trail62 miles (100 km)This circular walk explores the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park around Pembroke. The walk begins at Narberth and includes a fantastic coastal section through Tenby, Saundersfoot, Manorbier and the beautiful Stackpole Estate. The estate consists of 12 square kilometres of farmland, lakes, woodland, beaches, and cliffs including the spectacular Stackpole Quay. The video below shows the coastal section from Freshwater East to Stackpole View Full Details>>
St David's Head3 miles (5.5 km)Widely considered to be the most spectacular coastal headlandon the Pembrokeshire Coast, this stunning area is a must see when visiting the National Park. This circular walk makes use of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and other public footpaths to take you on a tour of the St David's Peninsula. You'll enjoy great views over the beautiful Whitesands Bay towards the nearby Ramsey Island. View Full Details>>
St Govan's Chapel4 miles (6 km)This fascinating 13th century chapel is situated by the side of a spectacular limestone cliff on the Pembrokeshire Coast. This circular walk takes you from the delightful village of Bosherton to the coastal chapel, passing through the beautiful Stackpole Estate on the way. View Full Details>>
Stackpole Estate6 miles (10 km)Explore the wonderful National Trust owned Stackpole Estate on this circular walk in the Pembrokeshire National Park. In the estate you'll find miles of coastal footpaths, woodland trails and waterside sections along the beautiful, large lake. View Full Details>>
Strumble Head2 miles (3 km)This circular walk takes you to this wonderful rocky headland on the Pembrokeshire coast. Strumble Head is a great place for wildlife watching with porpoises and seals regular visitors to the seas below. It's a lovely area with the well known Strumble Head Lighthouse and a beautiful coastline with views towards Dinas HeadandCardigan Bay. View Full Details>>
Tenby to Lydstep6 miles (9.6 km)A popular walk along a section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from Tenby to Lydstep Point. View Full Details>>
Tenby to Saundersfoot Walk5 miles (8 km)A popular walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from Tenby to Saundersfoot. There's much to enjoy with exhilarating cliff top paths, beautiful beaches, woodland sections and fabulous coastal views. View Full Details>>
Treginnis Peninsula6 miles (9.5 km)This circular walk explores the beautiful coastline and fascinating geological features of the Treginnies Peninsula in the Pembrokeshire National Park. You will pass the oldest volcanic rocks in Wales, formed over 600 million years ago. It's a particularly beautiful stretch of coast with wonderful views over to the nearby Ramsey Island. It's also a great area for wildlife watching. Look out for birds including Peregrine, Oystercatcher, Kittiwake and Shag. You may also see porpoises in the water below and deer on Ramsey Island. View Full Details>>

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