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Best Walking Routes in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is home to some of the best coastal walks in Britain, with secluded beaches, rugged cliffs and rocky coves to discover.

The National Park has more than 950km of footpaths and bridleways, offering fantastic access to the spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and fascinating history of the Pembrokeshire Coast.

Tucked away on the south-west shore of Wales and surrounded by stunning sea views across the Bristol Channel and St George’s Channel, this is Britain’s only truly coastal National Park. The jewel in the crown for walkers is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a challenging National Trail that twists and turns for 186 miles through almost every type of maritime landscape. The whole trail takes around 12 days to complete, but there are many shorter hiking routes in Pembrokeshire National Park if you prefer simple day walks.

From tough circular trails to easy-access paths for young, infirm or disabled walkers, Pembrokeshire offers something for everyone who wants to explore the coastal flowers, birdlife, neolithic history and winding estuaries of this magical National Park.

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