Walking in Pembrokeshire has never been so easy. Whether you are a resident or a visitor, our County has plenty to offer, from dramatic coastline to spectacular countryside.
If you're new to walking or if you don't want to venture too far we have included a series of short or easy walking options, some starting not far from your very own doorstep.
For the more experienced, or if you fancy exploring a little further, you can choose a more demanding walk; or why not click on the ‘walks by bus ‘section and let the bus take you to the start of an interesting walk, allowing you to walk back. Simply look at the Interactive Map find your nearest walk (or walks) by bus - you'll be surprised at what you can find!
Remember, walking is free*, fun and sociable! Walking regularly can help you keep fit, reduce stress and help control your weight. It's also the best way of exploring Pembrokeshire.
*For all walk by bus options there is a charge for the bus unless you are an All Wales concessionary bus pass holder.
For further information on getting around Pembrokeshire, click on the Greenways link.
Pembrokeshire Greenways is a partnership project which has been working for over 10 years to encourage local residents and visitors, of all abilities, to access the coast and countryside by sustainable modes of transport through walking, cycling, and bus and train travel.
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