The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles, hugging the coastline for almost the entire distance of the county. The St David’s Coast offers some of the best stretches of all, clinging at times to precarious and crumbling clifftops, from which each year sees a few feet of retreat. Two of the finest sections are the St David’s Head peninsula and the area around Marloes beach, to the south, but it’s worth following even just a short stretch, in any weather. If you need picking up, you could call a taxi, or, if you’re well organized, the thrice daily (in season) Puffin Shuttle bus service. There are detailed walking route notes on the website, worth printing out as you’ll rarely get any phone reception on the paths.
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