Please follow the Coast Path Safety Code.
- Keep to the Path, away from cliff edges and overhangs
- Always supervise children, especially near cliff edges
- Walking surfaces can vary considerably with the weather. Always wear strong footwear with a good grip and ankle support
- Wear or carry warm and waterproof clothing
- Cliff-top walking can be dangerous in high winds
- Beware of taking shortcuts across beaches – you may be cut off by the tide. Swimming can also be dangerous
- Do not sit under cliffs or climb them
- Keep dogs under close control
- The Coast Path is managed for walkers; it is not safe or lawful to cycle or ride horses along most of the Coast Path.
More on Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Each section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path has a story to tell, and archaeology can help to unravel some of these tales.
Countryside and Landscape
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path winds its way across a variety of landscapes, from high cliff tops and secret coves to sweeping estuaries and wide sandy ...
Beaches and Tides
The highest tides cover parts of the Coast Path for an hour or so. It is a long extra walk to go around these. It is best to just wait until the water...
Geology on the Path
The Pembrokeshire Coast displays a greater variety of rocks and scenery than any equivalent area in Britain with over 250 miles of exposures.
Dogs on the Coast Path
Information on walking with your dog responsibly on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.
When you walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail you are not just walking through a geographical landscape, you’re also taking a jour...
Maintaining the Coast Path
In maintaining the Coast Path, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority aims to balance the quality of the walking the experience with the safe...