Monday, 28 March 2011

Fancy a long walk? The Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail is the single most popular visitor attraction in the county.

The 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail follows the fine coastal landscape of the UK's only Coastal National Park and has recently won a Pembrokeshire Tourism Award for Best Day Out.
See for yourself. Walk as much or as little as you like and take one of the dedicated walkers buses back to your start point. Enjoy magnificent coastal scenery, sandy beaches, hidden coves, marine wild life, wild flowers and sleepy villages. Oh and don't worry if you can't manage the whole 186 miles. Come again. We will always keep a welcome.


  1. The first photo could be anywhere, but looks like between Abereiddi and Porthgain, and the second overlooking Pwll Deri, near the YHA. Right or wrong? ;-)

  2. Right. Well spotted. Good local knowledge Pembrokeshire Photos.