Long walks in Pembrokeshire

Martin’s Haven to Dale
10 miles / 16 km

Fairly easy walking on the level, with the occasional short climb. A walk of contrasts – starting with rugged headland and great coastal views and ending in the wooded shelter of the Milford Haven waterway. Find out more about the Martin’s Haven to Dale walk.

Broad Haven South to Skrinkle Haven
11 miles / 17.7 km

This stunning walk typifies why this coastline is worthy of National Park status. It contains the National Trust’s Barafundle beach (voted one of the top ten beaches in the world) and the Lily Ponds at Bosherston. (Bus). Find out more about the Broad Haven South to Skrinkle Haven walk.

Newport to Fishguard
12 miles / 19.3 km

Some of the hills on this walk are steep, but much of the walk is across cliff top with great views out to sea. Find out more about the Newport to Fishguard walk.

Whitesands to Solva
13 miles / 20.9 km

From the golden sands of Whitesands Bay this walk passes close to St Davids – Britain’s smallest city – and ends in the pretty harbour village of Solva. Porpoise can be seen in the waters between the mainland and Ramsey Island so it’s worth stopping for a break along this stretch. Find out more about the Whitesands to Solva walk.

Skrinkle to Amroth
14 miles / 22.5 km

This is a busy section of the path owing to the wonderful beaches and visitor amenities in the Tenby area. It offers superb views of Caldey Island and, on a clear day, across to Exmoor. Find out more about the Skrinkle to Amroth walk.