Pembrokeshire Coast Path Walking Tours (Wales)
Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Our independent Pembrokeshire Coast Path walking tours give you the flexibility of scheduling, total distance covered, and difficulty level during your adventure. With our expert guidance, you’ll enjoy a seamless self-guided experience filled with stunning scenery, local culture, and fascinating history.
Wales offers everything from the high mountain peak of Snowdon, to the lush green valleys of Conway and Betws-y-Coed, to the stunning coastal path in Pembrokeshire. There’s something to suit all levels of fitness and abilities.
Take a look at all of our self-guided walking tours in Wales to see other options, including beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
About the Pembrokeshire Coast Path Hike
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path was officially opened in 1970 and had the honour of being the first National Waymarked Trail in Wales. The trail follows the coastline from Amroth in the south to St Dogmaels in the north, covering a distance of just under 300 kilometres (186 miles).
While walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, you will experience sandy bays, limestone cliffs, and coastal flowers and fauna. You will also see evidence of human activity from Neolithic times to the present, all while enjoying some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Wales.
Take a look at the rest of our UK self guided walking holidays for other routes and adventures. If you’re looking for a unique combination, take a look at our 8-day guided walking tour in Wicklow and Wales instead!
If you’re having trouble deciding the best route for you, feel free to get in touch so we can chat with you about the various options.
Explore Our Self-Guided Pembrokeshire Coast Path Hike Options
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