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Coastal path. Uneven, steep gradients, muddy in the wet. Unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. No facilities.
From A487 St David's, turn left for Granston and follow narrow coast road. From Fishguard, Goodwick then minor road via Stop and Call.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Fishguard 4 miles
Garn Fawr - Bus - service provided by Puffin Shuttle from St Davids to Fishguard
View local cycle routes on the National Cycle Network website.
Our rural and coastal places in Pembrokeshire are one pawprint rated. Find out more about bringing your dog to Pembrokeshire. Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape with your four-legged friend beside your side.
Coast and countryside
A rugged and remote expanse of towering cliffs and rocky outcrops with coastal paths and soaring sea views.
Explore a spectacular section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, taking in views of Cardigan Bay and passing sites of shipwrecks and a storm-ruined church as you follow its rugged path.
Follow the Garn Fawr viewpoint walk in Wales to marvel at the North Pembrokeshire coastal views and visit an Iron Age fort that became a World War One lookout point.
If sea views and coastal walks are at the top of your list, try this Pembrokeshire farmhouse.
Nestled in North Pembrokeshire countryside, this restored cosy cottage has bags of rustic charm.
A more than comfortable farmhouse complete with a snug room and views of the Cleddau River.
This is the most rugged and remote stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast, from the peak of Garn Fawr near Strumble Head to the cliffs of Pen yr Afr in the north.
Pen Anglas and Dinas Island guard the entrance to Fishguard Harbour, and Castell Farmhouse is a holiday cottage with a view few can equal. Linked throughout by the coast path, it offers splendid coastal walking.