The Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail spans 186 miles of the stunning coastal scenery from St Dogmaels to Amroth. To find out more about the coast path just click here.
You can also find out more about walks in Pembrokeshire here:
National Trust – www.nationaltrust.org.uk
The National Trust protects historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs. Then they open them up for ever, for everyone. Why not take a look at what they have to say about Abereiddy, Porthgain or Abercastle – all just a few miles from your self-catering holiday cottage of Rhos y Cribed at Porthclais, St Davids.
The National Trust has highlighted some short walks in West Wales that are only up to three miles long but are packed with things to see and do.
From seals at Martin’s Haven, wetland wildfowl at Marloes or ancient White Park cattle at Dinefwr you cannot fail but be impressed by the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire. To find out more about these walks just click here.
Bat walks with ‘Wild Encounters’:
Enjoy guided night walks and experience another side of St David’s Cathedral and surroundings. Listen to the night sounds. Hear tales of magic and mystery. Try out a bat detector and watch bats hunting along the river Alun. Walks are 1.5 hours long.
Bat walks – 01437 721911
Badger Walks with ‘Wild Encounters’:
Wild Encounters have exclusive access to some prime badger habitat. Join the team on an evening walk to learn about the elusive badger in its natural environment and with luck, see them as they emerge for their evening activities. Walks are 1.5 hours long.
Badger walks – 01437 721911
Dramatic coastline, sandy beaches, historic cathedral and stunning wildlife are all on the doorstep of this fabulous self-catering property in St Davids. Rhos y Cribed self-catering holiday cottage and farmhouse in Pembrokeshire are the ideal place to stay.