Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Pembrokeshire is the only coastal National Park in Britain and has so much to offer its visitors. Our seaward boundary allows direct access to the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, heaven for anyone who enjoys dramatic coastal scenery, walking and bird watching….
Opened in 1970, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers superb walking with some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain…and it goes right past your house! The coast path is all that is between you and the sea on the seaward boundary, and the end point of the whole path is less than five miles away in Amroth. Although some choose to walk the whole path, most people take the more sensible option and follow one of the eleven one day walks that allow car parking at start and finish and are serviced by the coastal bus service. The scenery, flora and fauna have to be seen to be believed, and every season offers something different. Whether it is the smell of gorse flowers on a summers day, picking wild sloes as you amble along in September, watching seal pups taking their first foray into the water, or witnessing the stunning power of the sea on a windy winters day, every walk seems to offer something unique.