Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path makes up 186 miles of the full 870 Wales Coast Path - and has been attracting visitors for many years.

In 1952 Pembrokeshire became Britain’s only coastal National Park (PCNPA)- it covers 612 square kilometres from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south but also includes the Preseli Hills and The Daugleddau Estuary.

We are located 3 miles in land of the coastal path (nearest point is Manorbier/Tenby) and 20 minutes drive from some spectacular scenery at Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven South. In an hour you can be in St Davids and explore the North Pembrokeshire section of the path.

Here are some tools to help you plan your walking:

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Interactive Map

Wales Coast Path

Pembrokeshire - County of Legends

Wales is full of Legends, and you are spoilt for choice in Pembrokeshire - the land of Myths & Legends!  We have everyone from poets and artists to kings, pirates and knights with links to our beautiful county.

One of the most legendary characters associated with the county is King Henry VII - the founder of the Tudor dynasty. Born in Pembroke Castle on January 28th, 1457 he was later smuggled to France from Tenby at the age of 14, before returning on August 7th, 1485, with his army and landing at Milford Haven ready to fight Richard III. Pembroke Castle is just 6 miles from Elm Grove and it is one of the areas top attractions, with events taking place throughout the year and guided tours on a daily basis - click here to find out more.

You can find out more about Pembrokeshire myths and legends by clicking through to the compendium, put together by local tour guides.

Pembrokeshire Myth & Legends

Pembrokeshire Legends Compendium


If you'd like to take a personalised tour of the area we can recommend:

Tenby Based Blue Badge Guide Marion Davies:

Andrew Dugmore

Other guides can be found on our tours and guides page