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Walking Tours

Walking Holidays in Wales

The endless miles of picturesque countryside, including green meadows, glacial valleys, ancient woodland, charming farmlands and sandy beaches surrounding quaint villages make Wales a spectacular choice for an epic walking holiday – whatever your interests may be.

Across the country, there is a wide range of great walking paths, including Glyndwr’s Way, Offa’s Dyke and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, each with their own unique opportunity to enjoy scenic views as you ramble along varied landscapes. For dramatic views, there are also plenty of choices for wonderful wanders through Brecon Beacons National Park. For lesser-known regions, the Monnow Valley is a gentle paced journey where a lovely combination of wildlife, castles and village pubs.

Whether you fancy strolling through meadows or along beaches, hiking up the Brecon Beacons and mountains of Snowdonia, rambling through woodland... Wales really does offer almost endless walking opportunities through beautiful, wild scenery. With a variety of landscapes offering terrain to that is suitable for all abilities - including those fancy more of a challenge - you can be sure of a great walking experience in the fresh air.

Whether you’re interested in being part of a walking tour or prefer more independence, there is a wide range of guided and self-guided holidays to choose from. Featured below is our list of some of the best walking holidays that truly highlight what Wales has to offer.

Coastal Path in Wales

Pembroke Coast Path Highlights Self-Guided Walking Holi

A fantastic five day coastal walk along arguably the most scenic stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Gorgeous sea views, wildlife and historic interest lie en-route as you make your way from from Fishguard to St Davids.
£325 per person based on two people sharing