Due to the impact of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has closed its headquarters, visitor attractions (Carew Castle, Castell Henllys and Oriel y Parc), its car parks and sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path until further notice. All meetings and events are cancelled until further notice. If you have any queries please call 01646 624800 or email email@example.com
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority sees better public transport as a key way to provide a better, greener experience for our visitors and local residents.
We are a partner in Pembrokeshire Greenways, a project to develop the use of sustainable transport for recreation in the countryside and to promote walking, cycling, bus and train travel.
Getting to Pembrokeshire by Public Transport
With trains to Fishguard, Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock as well as coach and ferry services, there are good options allowing you to leave your car at home. Some accommodation providers will pick you up from the train station so ask when you’re booking.
For information on how to get to Pembrokeshire by public transport please visit National Rail, Traveline Cymru, Irish Ferries and Stena Line Ferries.
Getting around Pembrokeshire by Public Transport
Pembrokeshire has a very good network of bus services, which run between every town in the county, six days a week. Getting to the coast and into the more popular countryside areas by bus is simple, but please note that some rural locations have less frequent services or community transport services to support their needs.
The train services in Pembrokeshire is a useful link between towns and a scenic way of getting into the countryside, especially along the south coast.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Buses are local bus services that travel up and down the National Park coastline, ensuring that the entire length of the 186 mile (300kkm) Pembrokeshire Coast Path, from St Dogmaels to Amroth, is accessible by public transport. This enables you to walk the Coast Path in one direction without having to re-trace your steps.
Community Walkers Buses
Complementing the coastal bus services is a new generation of community buses, helping both locals and visitors gain access to and from the more remote areas of the National Park.
Boat buses at St Justinian
St Justinian, with its spectacular setting, has long been used as a departure point for boat trips to Ramsey and the more offshore islands.
Now people wanting to take a trip to the islands are requested to catch the Celtic Coaster from St Davids to St Justinians and help us improve access difficulties at this remote and cherished location. Some operators also provide their own bus services.