Winter walks in Pembrokeshire

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.

Sunset from the Blue Lagoon
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1. Porthgain to Abereiddi coastal walk 

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.

View across Bosherston Pond at Stackpole
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2. Bosherston Lily Ponds' freshwater magic walk 

Enjoy a really gentle stroll around the beautiful lily ponds, with the chance to see wildlife in the woodlands and at the lakes.

Ponies grazing on the Deer Park
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3. The Deer Park walk from Martin's Haven 

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.

A couple walking the coast path at St David's Head
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4. St David's Head coastal walk 

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.

Pen Anglas on the Strumble Head coast
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5. Pen Anglas headland walk 

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.