The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path was officially opened in 1970 and honoured to be the first National Way Marked Trail in Wales. The trail follows the coastline from Amroth in the south to St Dogmales in the north covering a distance of just under 300 km or 186 miles.
You will experience sandy bays, limestone cliffs, coastal flowers and fauna as well as evidence of human activity from Neolithic times to the present and some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Wales.
For this 6-Day self-guided walking tour of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the trail takes you from Amorth to Pembroke, covering just over 83 km / 51.9 miles.
Prices / Dates
Price: €829 per person sharing
Single Supplement: +€250
Solo Traveller Supplement: +€80
Tour Dates: 15 March to 31 October
Tour Grade: Moderate
Accommodation: Guesthouse or B&B
Included / Excluded
You will take public transport to the start of your adventure in Amroth, and we will provide you with all the details you require to get to your first accommodation. Or, you can check out and plan your own travel as part of the buildup to your adventure on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Remember, we will do all this planning for you at no extra charge, all we need is your arrival and departure destinations.
Overnight stay in Amroth
The first section of the trail takes you through a short section of woodland, one of the very few sections of woodland that you are going to encounter on any day’s walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. You will have great views across to Caldey Island, follow the promenade through Saundersfoot, a popular spot for windsurfing. Visit the ruins of the 13th Century Tenby Castle and walk along the golden sandy beach of Lydstep Haven. Overnight stay is in Lydstep.
Distance: 21. km / 13.2 miles, Ascent: 680 m / 2040 ft.
Approximate walking time: 7/8 hrs.
From Lydstep the trail takes you up over the Skrinkle Haven Sea Cliffs where you will be rewarded with some stunning views back over yesterday’s trail and ahead to Manorbier Castle and beyond to the East and West Moor Cliffs.
You will walk through the sand dunes of Freshwater East and a chance to stop for lunch in the National Trust Boathouse Tearoom. Your day finishes in the small village of Bosherston. Overnight stay in Bosherston.
Distance: 20 km / 12.5 miles, Ascent: 695 m / 2085 ft
Approximate walking time: 7/8 hrs.
Today the trail passes the Castlemartin military range and on certain days of the year, they will be on active training duties, if this is the case you will have to make and extra 2 km detour. Full details of training days and detour will be included in your tour package.
For the first section of the trail, we have decided to take you away from the coast to follow the Wales Coastal Path through farmland for approximately 5 km to meet to Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at Merrion and continue as normal. The trail descends to meet the coast at Freshwater West and then climbs steadily to take you up onto the sea cliffs at Trewent Point. A beautiful 5 km section now awaits you and offers some of the finest views of the day. Your day finishes in the charming village of Angle situated in a sheltered valley of East Angle Bay on the Milford Haven Waterway. Overnight stay in Angle.
Distance: 22 km / 13.75 miles, Ascent: 675 m / 2025 ft
Approximate walking time: 7/8 hrs
An easier walking day today that leads you out from Angle along the coast by Angel Bay. If you are a wildlife enthusiast or a nature lover, this section will not disappoint.
The trail continues around the headland by some of Pembrokeshire industry which remains generally hidden from view. As you approach Pembroke, views of the impressive Pembroke Castle will come into sight. The castle is definitely worth a visit, be aware. There is an entry fee. Overnight stay is in Pembroke.
Distance: 19.2 km / 12 miles, Ascent: 365 m / 1095 ft
Approximate walking time: 6/7 hrs.
After breakfast, your walking adventure on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path will come to an end. We will supply you with full travel details to get to your next destination.