The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
186 miles of breath-taking scenery...
Running from St Dogmaels in the north of the county to Amroth in the south, The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for an impressive 186 miles around the coast of the county.
It is one of the most popular walking routes in the UK, and is known for its stunning coastal scenery, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage.
Along the way, you'll discover towering cliffs, secluded coves, sandy beaches, and picturesque fishing villages. Some of our favourite spots near Florence Springs are Lydstep, Manorbier and Giltar Point which can be found on the Skrinkle Haven to Amroth section of the route.
The path is well-maintained and signposted and can be walked in sections or as a whole. It is suitable for walkers of all abilities, although some sections can be challenging, particularly in bad weather. There are also plenty of facilities along the route, including accommodation, cafes, pubs, and shops.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is part of the Wales Coast Path, which is a continuous 870-mile (1,400 km) walking route that runs around the entire Welsh coastline.
For more information an handy route maps visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website.