Pembrokeshire Coastal Path – Southern Section
Holiday Ref: Walka 614
Part of the Whole Wales Coast path, Pembrokeshire Coast path (PCP) is the oldest part of the Wales coastal walking.
The Southern section, which starts at the official beginning of the PCP begins at Amroth, a lovely seaside village with lots of character.
The path heads up towards the town of Tenby, where you can spend as much time as you like looking around the shops, walled town and try and get to see the Tudor House.
During your walk you will encounter fantastic countryside and coastline, cliffs with amazing rock formations, sand dunes, the industrial part of Pembrokeshire and lovely villages, ending in Pembroke with the amazing Pembroke Castle.
The holiday is for 6 nights and 5 days walking.
Day 1 – Arrive in Amroth
Day 2 – Amroth to Penally – 10 miles
Day 3 – Penally to Stackpole – 11.5 miles
Day 4 – Stackpole to Freshwater West – 13 miles
Day 5 – Freshwater West to Angle – 8.5
Day 6 – Angle to Pembroke – 11 miles
Day 7 – Onward journey
Tailor made options are available on request,
Contact Anita for more information
You will also pass the military area of Castle Martin army training ground. Although when the range is being used the path is detoured around the local lanes, the scenery is still enjoyable. We can direct you to a website that will tell you what is happening.
The holiday can be adjusted to meet your requirements.
- On call for help with any problems.
- 6 nights B&B accommodation, 5 days walking.
- Luggage transfer (carried by ourselves).
- Maps and direction to accommodation.
- There is a train station at Kilgetty and there is a station at Pembroke for your onward journey.
- If you are coming by car we can arrange for your car to be parked in a secure area.
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