Start off the New Year with refreshing winter walks in Pembrokeshire. Here are five of our favourites, from family strolls to dog-friendly routes and rambles.
One to blow away the cobwebs, a scenic circular route with gorgeous coastal views, wildlife and history. Sunsets at the Blue Lagoon look especially striking over the winter months.
Enjoy a really gentle stroll around the beautiful lily ponds, with the chance to see wildlife in the woodlands and at the lakes.
Head to the Marloes Peninsula and escape it all with a refreshing walk around the historic Deer Park. There's no deer to see, but stunning seascapes and views of the neighbouring islands await you.
Make tracks with a rugged circular walk around St David's Head and uncover prehistoric monuments and inspiring coastal headland. A short drive from Wales' smallest city, you'll feel a million miles away from it all.
Keep the kids active with a family-friendly adventure walk into the wild. This easy circular route has great seaside scenery and jaw-dropping geology.