Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

A walking holiday along the Pembrokeshire coastline from St Dogmael's in the North to Amroth in the South.

3 to 19 nights
27-180 miles
Moderate to Demanding / Strenuous

From £330 per person

About the trail

This magnificent trail follows the coastline of the Pembrokeshire National Park through some of the best scenery in Britain. The path keeps largely to the clifftops, providing superb views of cliffs, beaches, offshore stacks and islands with their abundant birdlife.

Each turn in the path reveals something different, such as a little harbour or an attractive village bustling with life. The coastline also boasts a wealth of history, with sites of interest including a Neolithic cromlech, Bronze Age standing stones, Iron Age promontory forts and a castle built by Norman invaders.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to experience the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.

Customer reviews from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

“Accommodations all excellent, directions good.”
Ms Mathwin, USA
“Enjoyed the walking.”
Mr Drowd, UK
“Helped by excellent weather but all accommodation good and descriptions and info accurate.”
Ms Crawford, UK
“I would like to add how much we enjoyed walking from Pembroke to Amroth last week. The luggage transfer worked brilliantly and we were delighted with the quality and variety of the accommodation.”
Mrs Boon, UK
“A beautiful walk with stunning scenery!”
Ms Ginter, UK
“A good trail, well-marked with friendly people.”
Ms Berstein, USA
“There were many highlights each day. I really enjoyed the approach to Solva from the West as I hadn’t experienced that direction before.”
Mrs Jones-Hughes, UK
“Amazing scenery, range of wildlife and great Welsh welcome.”
Ms Archibald, UK
“Contours organized all details to the best. The combination of Contours and lovely citizens of Wales created a great Holiday to us. Thank you! Organisation, information and documents provided created an environment you feel safe and combatable.”
Mr Hoeft, Germany
"Little Haven" by Susan Daber (2021)
"Pe" by Susan Daber (2021)
"Sandy Haven at Low Tide" by Susan Daber (2021)
"A Friendly Obstruction" by Susan Daber (2021)
"At the Start of the Walk" by Patricia Cressey (2021)
"Marloes Sands" by Patricia Cressey (2021)
"Mum and Son Adventures" by Patricia Cressey (2021)
"Broadhaven Beach" by Patricia Cressey (2021)
"Carreg Coetan" by Patricia Cressey (2021)
"St Davids Cathedral" by Dagmara Ginter (2019)
"Marloes Sands" by Dagmara Ginter (2019)
"Flowery Trail near Marloes" by Dagmara Ginter (2019)
"Whitesands" by Sandra Clemens (2019)
"Ponies at Goodwick" by Sandra Clemens (2019)
"Marthy" by Sandra Clemens (2019)
"Marloes Beach" by Sandra Nichols (2018)
"Newgale Beach" by Sandra Nichols (2018)
"Between Newport and Fishguard" by Thomas and Sven (2018)
"Between Abermawr and Abereiddy" by Thomas and Sven (2018)
"Sunset Harbour in Newport" by Thomas and Sven (2018)
"Between Abereiddy and St Davids" by Thomas and Sven (2018)
"Abereiddy" by Sandra Nichols (2017)
"Whitesands Bay" by Sandra Nichols (2017)
"Tumbling Stream at Llanwnda" by Jane Kitchen (2017)