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Walking in Pembrokeshire

By far the best way to appreciate a place is to walk around it. Short and long walks are available in Pembrokeshire, in a variety of terrain from sandy beaches to high mountains. Four walks are described on this web site, including the spectacular Coast Path. Several of the walks described are wheelchair friendly.


Short Walk: Bosherston, Lily Ponds, Broad Haven beach

Short or long walks: Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Short, flat walk: Saundersfoot / Coppet Hall / Wiseman's Bridge through the old railway tunnels

Short, flat walk along the old railway line through the Pleasant Valley from Wiseman's Bridge

The Prescelly mountains (from where the picture below was taken) provide ample opportunities for walking and enjoying the view.

Prescelly Mountains


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