If you visit our Search Walks page you can choose from over 200 circular walks in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Also listed is a selection of gentle strolls, plus wheelchair and easy access walks.
The search facility contains a wide range of walks which are maintained and promoted by the National Park Authority. The walks are distributed across the National Park, taking in the entire coast, the Daugleddau Estuary as well as the woodland and hills of North Pembrokeshire. Most of the walks are circuit routes so that you can return to your starting point without having to retrace your steps. Each walk has a map showing the promoted route together with other public paths which you may wish to explore.
Every walk has basic information on the distance and average duration of the walks, their accessibility by public transport as well as brief details about the character of the walk and features of interest to look out for. Most of the walks are based on public rights of way, which give access in the main to privately owned farms, so it is important to follow The Countryside Code.
We hope you enjoy these walks - please tell us if we can improve them in any way. Our website contains all these walks and more and continues to be updated as we create new access opportunities.
Please be aware that some paths may not, on rare occasions, be available for use due to coastal erosion, tree felling etc. For the most up to date situation call us on 01646 624800.
• Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work.
• Guard against all risk of fire.
• Fasten all gates.
• Keep your dogs under close control.
• Keep to the public paths across farmland.
• Take your litter home.