Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Services are local bus services that travel along the coast, seven days a week during the summer, to access walks, beaches, boat trips, local villages and attractions.
They help locals and visitors get to the coast without having to use a car. You can use the coastal buses for both ‘out’ and ‘back’ journeys or simply use the bus for your outward journey and walk back to your destination.
This enables you to walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in one direction without having to retrace your steps.
All coastal buses operate on a ‘Hail and Ride’ basis in rural areas, so all you have to do is signal to the driver to stop. Passengers can be picked up or set down at any point along the bus route – providing it is safe to do so.
When do they run?
All coastal buses run seven days a week during the summer.
The Poppit Rocket, Strumble Shuttle, Puffin Shuttle and Coastal Cruiser run to a reduced winter timetable.
- Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Timetable
- Pembrokeshire Bus timetables
- Coast to Coast - National Park visitor newspaper includes summer bus timetables.
- National Rail - Train timetables.
- Traveline Cymru - All Wales public transport timetable information.
- Explore Wales Pass allows travel anywhere in Wales by train and on selected bus operators.
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