Locations for Walking in Pembrokeshire

When it comes to walking holidays in Wales, then it’s most likely that people would say that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park would be on the top of their list.

Having both the coastal path & the Preseli Hills on our door step, then it really wasn’t a hard decision which walking locations we wanted to offer.

Some say the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path has the best walking in the World!

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Opening in 1970 the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path was the first National Trail in Wales. It is one of 15 National Trails in Britain and has some of the most breath taking coastal scenery. The trail begins in the North of the county in St Dogmaels and ends in Amroth, a total of 186 miles or 299km from start to finish...

Preseli Hills & Gwaun Valley

The Preseli Hills (known as Mynydd Preseli in Welsh) are set in a beautiful, remote location with a unique variety of landscapes. You can view vast stretches of the magnificent coastline, deep valleys with mysterious woodlands, fields perfectly ploughed with a rich mix of colours, or wild moorland covered in blankets of heath and grass...