Put your walking boots on and really make the most of the landscape with one of our circular coastal trails around St David’s and the Treginnis Peninsula. Along the way uncover prehistoric monuments and breathtaking scenery.
Explore Pembrokeshire’s most spectacular coastal headland just a few miles away from Wales’ smallest city, St David’s.
This walk takes you over Wales’ oldest rocks - laid down some 600 million years ago during the Pre-Cambrian era. They're volcanic in origin, covered in places by layers of younger, sedimentary Cambrian rocks.
Wrap up warm and enjoy a refreshing winter walk in Pembrokeshire. Our special places look beautiful at this time of year, so put your boots on and explore the best of coast and country.
Find out how to give a little today and help keep our coasts beautiful for future generations to enjoy.
From watersports at Stackpole to wildlife watching at Marloes, Pembrokeshire's coast and countryside has plenty to keep you busy. Our landscape's open 365 days a year, so what are you waiting for?