Walking the Marloes Peninsula

The best way to experience Marloes is on foot. There are a network of paths and walking trails that cover the peninsula, from craggy clifftop rambles to sandy strolls. Whichever route you choose, you’re guaranteed a beautiful backdrop…

Man birdwatching at Marloes Mere

Marloes Peninsula coastal walk

Explore this beautiful heathland peninsula, which has amazing views over the Pembrokeshire coast and is teeming with wildlife, such as seals, seabirds and porpoises.

Deer Park at Marloes peninsula

Martin’s Haven - the Deer Park walk

A short but spectacular walk around the end of the Marloes Peninsula with lots of seals (pups in autumn), heather and wildflowers, spectacular rocks and sea views.

Walking boots on the coast path

Marloes Sands and Mere walk

Put your walking boots on and enjoy a 30-minute circular route around the peninsula, taking in the best of the beach and birdwatching.

A bird's eye view of Marloes Sands

Birds, rocks and seals walk at Marloes

Follow our trail around the Marloes Peninsula, with its sandstone rocks on the south side and volcanic rocks on the north side, for great views of Pembrokeshire’s islands.