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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail is an ideal place to witness Wales at its most picturesque, and this 13 day holiday will have you exploring 186 miles of rugged coastline, traditional villages, cliff top paths and castle ruins.


From £455 pp (based on 2 people sharing)

Duration: 7-16 days
Departures: March - October
Start point: Amroth
End point: St Dogmaels

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Greentraveller's Anouk van de Eijinde discovers the beautiful, unspoilt Welsh countryside and coastline with her boyfriend. Arriving by train, their weekend featured a Pembrokeshire coastal walk from St. Davids northwards about 7 miles to Aberriddy, walking along cliff tops and down to sandy beaches with picturesque views of Ramsey Island. They enjoyed farm fresh eggs for breakfast, the hospitality of their gracious host Geoff and in the evening dined on locally caught fish in Porthgain.   

Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Wales

The Welsh coastline is packed with secluded beaches and fantastic natural paths, and the 186 mile-long Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail is a fantastic way to discover all that the westerly peninsula of Wales has to offer. During the 13 day holiday, you'll encounter fishing villages, explore castle ruins and get to watch seals and puffins in secluded coves. Undoubtedly, one of the top highlights is a trip to Tenby Harbour, home to streets full of colourful houses and quaint cafes. You'll also get to see the fascinating limestone rock formations near Stackpole before heading North as the walking becomes tougher and you're challenged by remote cliff top paths.

The trip is graded Moderate to Strenuous, so you'll have to make sure that you've got a good level of fitness before signing up. As well as this two week version of the trip, you can also opt for a shorter, week long walk through either the South, Central or North sections of the trail. This means you can really make the most of a week in Wales, picking out which part of the path you'd best like to visit and spending more time exploring that specific area.

What price includes

  • Overnights in B&B's, small hotels, guest houses and country
  • Daily breakfasts
  • Door to door baggage transfer
  • A detailed information pack including guidebook and map
  • Emergency telephone support



Plan your journey by train

Meeting point:

Nearest train station to meeting point:
Kilgetty train station

Transfer to meeting point:
Guests make their own way to meeting point
Kilgetty is only 3 miles from Amroth

Plan your train journey to Kilgetty

Plan your journey by train

Finish point:
St Dogmaels

Nearest train station to finish point:

Transfer to finish point:
Guests make their own way to station
Camarthen is about an hour away by car

Plan your return train journey from Camarthen railway station