The Parks Authority - in co-operation with Pembrokeshire County Council - has made strenuous efforts to make all parts the Park accessible to walkers without the necessity of taking your car.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Walk The longest and most spectacular walk is the Coastal Path that runs from St Dogmaels in the North to Amroth in the South, a distance of over 180 miles. The route is generally along the cliff tops, so the views are always stunning. It is not a particularly easy walk in that some sections involve a fair bit of climbing. However, the creation of several tourist bus routes (see next section) makes it possible for you to walk just a short section each day .



Get there by Bus!

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Walks Over the past seven years, five new bus services have been introduced: Poppit Rocket, Strumble Shuttle, Celtic Coaster and the Puffin Shuttle and Coastal Cruiser. These are in addition to the normal local bus services. Generally hailed as a success story, they carried 60,000 passengers in 2005.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Walk at Porthgain The entire length of the coastline is now served by public transport, so that you can ride to your destination and walk back or walk there and ride back.

The "Puffin" is the name of the Coastal Bus and the "Green Dragon" is the one that serves the Preseli Hills. The "Bloomfield Walkers" covers the little villages of the Cleddau & Cresswell rivers.

Finally, a rather unique venture, the "Day tripper" takes you to 11 attractions around Tenby & Saundersfoot. As Tenby is largely pedestrianised now in the Summer, there is a "Park and Ride" service as a further incentive for you to leave your car behind.



Walks

Walk to Carreg Coetan, Newport Pembrokeshire The Coastal Path is easily the most well publicised, but there are a lot of other possibilities in the Park:

The National Park's Walking Routes and the National Park's own guide to 200 Circular Walks in the Park

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