Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Nearing 200 miles long, innumerable folds and inlets hold hidden bays and wild rocky coves that await discovery, only found on foot.
Out in the invigorating sea air, a diverse ecosystem of wildlife and coastal fauna thrive. Seals, dolphins and unusual species of seabird appear along the wild stretches of seaboard that define the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
You'll cross paths with fishing harbours like Little Haven and Porthgain along your route through colourful medieval harbour towns, Tenby, Fishguard and St David’s (Britain’s smallest ‘city’), with it’s wonderful 12th century cathedral. A day or more left for sightseeing puts you in good stead to visit the 6th century monastery founded by Wales’s patron saint, as well as the imposing Norman coastal castles at Manorbier and Pembroke.
Over 20 years ago, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path became Celtic Trails’ first self-guided walking holiday. We've offered a high standard of walking holidays in Pembrokeshire ever since and with family born and raised here, our local knowledge is second to none.