Exploring on foot is a great way to get to know our intriguing and inspiring coastline.
Explore this beautiful heathland peninsula, which has amazing views over the Pembrokeshire coast and is teeming with wildlife, such as seals, seabirds and porpoises.
Explore varied native woodland and ancient parkland on a short walk with views of the house and gardens at Plas Newydd and the hills of Snowdonia.
This walk will reward you with stunning views in all directions as you follow it along a splinter of land that's an outstanding wildlife haven.
The views are spectacular along this rugged coastline on the northern side of the Llŷn Peninsula. This is a great walk to absorb some of the history and heritage of the area.
Wander through the winding old town up to the gorse-covered Dinas Oleu, donated by Victorian Fanny Talbot to the people of Barmouth.
This walk will take you from the historic seaside splendour of Aberystwyth, along the beautiful Cardigan Bay coast to the former monastic grange of Mynachdy’r Graig.
Step out of the Bryn Aber car park onto a fantastic shingle ridge, where you can watch a host of water birds on the lagoon and walk back along the lane past the home of Captain Vivian Hewitt, who created the lagoon.
Explore Pembrokeshire’s most spectacular coastal headland just a few miles away from Wales’ smallest city, St David’s.
Start your seaside story in the harbour and embark on a circular walk from the village up to the impressive Gribin headland. Unspoilt coastal scenery awaits.
Journey out along one of Wales's most iconic cliffs with breathtaking views of the golden sand of Rhossili to the rugged limestone rocks of the south Gower coast.
Countryside or coast? We have a range of short walks in Wales to suit you.
For a 3-mile walk or longer, we've got plenty of walks for you to enjoy in wonderful Wales.
Did you know that we care for 133 sections of the Welsh coast? Including some absolutely stunning and unspoilt places where you can unwind and feel free.