Cliff-top walking from Poppit Sands to St Davids. Steep rocky summits, coves frequented by Atlantic grey seals, tiny harbours and quaint pubs!

A self-guided walking tour

2023 dates: May to end September, start any day.

Duration: 7 nights
Grade: Moderate, with options for longer, more strenuous days.
Tour prices: See “Tour prices” below.
Tour code: P7E.

Tour Map

Images from our North Pembrokeshire Coast tour…

  • Pentre Ifan Dolmen

  • St Non's Bay

  • Strumble Head seal colony

More images of this tour…

The old harbour, Fishguard
How to Book

Hiking Tour Enquiries

Request our detailed factsheet for this tour - code FSP - to find out more about daily walking distances, places of interest to visit and more!

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Padstow Rock ferry

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The best aspect was the wonderful landscape and the exactly prepared descriptions of the trip.

Mrs A Bleichert

Every accommodation was good, especially [at Newport (Pembs) and at St David’s] … [We also liked the] very good descriptions of the path…beautiful routes…luggage transport.

Ms E Krusemann and Mr H Pless

Just wanted you to know that we had an outstanding time in Pembrokeshire… The weather was more than we could have hoped for. We never needed our raingear, just enough sun to get terrific hiker’s tans and enough cloudy time [to] make it very comfortable to scramble up and down hills for six to seven hours a day. … Every place we stayed was terrific and the people were friendly and helpful. I have run out of superlatives. We would be happy to act as references for anyone else who is interested. Thanks for your help!

J. Eyes

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