South Pembrokeshire Coast Path (Template)

Broad Haven, Haverfordwest, UK

Apr 1, 2023
Group size: 2 - 10
South Pembrokeshire Coast Path (Template)
Broad Haven, Haverfordwest, UK

Apr 1, 2023
Group size: 2 - 10

About this trip


On this walk you will see some of Pembrokeshire’s most iconic coastline and award-winning sandy beaches. This walk is a favourite for many and is a fantastic introduction to coastal walking along wide paths. Your experienced guide will provide enlightening & knowledgeable commentary along the way, making it a walk to remember!

General Information

Guests should have a good base level of walking fitness, as there will be many steep ascents and descents on the walk. There are also many options for less strenuous or shorter walks, please contact us for further details.

The weather can affect the exact itinerary on the day. However, I will adjust the route accordingly and insure I allow for your interests and abilities too.

I can arrange for a picnic lunch to be offered for you on the day and I can send you the menu choices in advance.

There is a small coffee hut at the beginning of the route to get water and light refreshments in the high/busy season. Personal Expenses, Souvenirs, Food, Drinks, Snacks are not included in the cost.

Things to consider bringing on the walk: water, snacks, a waterproof jacket, an extra layer, warm hat, sun cap, gloves, sunglasses, rucksack, camera, binoculars


  • A mixture of uneven surfaces, gravel, stones, and sandy conditions
  • A good level of fitness is required to undertake this walk
  • The path is close to the cliff edge, so if you have a fear of hights, then this walk is not deemed suitable.
  • There is no shelter on the walk, so appropriate footwear and clothing is required. Anyone deemed not to have the suitable footwear will not be allowed to walk, as this could be hazardous to the individual and the group.

What’s included

  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Snacks

Available options


Walk Briefing
Green Bridge of Wales - St Govans

9:30am - Meet for a walk briefing at the Green Bridge of Wales car park to discuss the weather, clothing, route and expectations. The coastal path is generally well maintained but is rough in places so appropriate walking footwear is a must.

The Green Bridge of Wales is a natural arch formed from Carboniferous Limestone and is located in the Castlemartin military training area just beyond the car park at Elegug Stacks. It is a great place to spot breeding sea bird such as Razorbills & Guillemots who breed on these rocks between May and early July.

Castlemartin land is run by the military who took over the area known as Castlemartin Range in 1939, prior to which it had been tenanted farmland on the extensive Cawdor Estate owned by Earl Cawdor of Aberdeenshire.

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VIP Wales
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