Long distance walking route
The whole Wales Coast Path is a 870 mile (1,400km) long-distance walking route which follows the whole coastline of Wales from Queensferry in the North to Chepstow in the south, including the Isle of Anglesey in the North West.
Wales is the first country in the world to provide a dedicated footpath close to most of its coastline. Wales Walking Holidays can offer the whole path in various sections. Choose whichever section appeals to you or take the plunge and walk the whole coastal path! What an achievement that would be knowing that we would be with you all the way.
Walking Packages along The Wales Coast Path
Wales Walking Holidays offer self-led walking packages along these sections of the Wales Coast Path.
- North Wales Section of the Wales Coast Path from Chester to Bangor.
- The 140 mile circular route around the Isle of Anglesey Coast Path.
- Wales Coast Path Llŷn from Bangor to Porthmadog.
- Wales Coast Path Meirionnydd from Porthmadog to Machynlleth in Mid Wales.
- The Ceredigion Coast Path , from Machynlleth down to Cardigan.
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path. from Cardigan to Amroth.
- Carmarthenshire Coast Path from Amroth to Penclawdd
- Gower Coast Path from Penclawdd to Mumbles.
- South Wales Coast from Mumbles to Chepstow.
All packages include bed and breakfast in comfortable accommodations, people and luggage transfers, maps, guide book and back up service. Packed lunches and evening meals can also be pre-arranged.
Wales Coast Path North
This section of the Wales Coast Path is a 76 mile (123 km) easy route, starting in Cheshire on the Flintshire border in North East Wales and covers the North Wales Coast all the way to Bangor in Gwynedd.
Wales Coast Path Llŷn
This 112 miles (179 km) path starts at the university city of Bangor, Gwynedd and follows the Menai Straits to the Royal Town of Caernarfon around the Llŷn Peninsula to Aberdaron, south to Cricieth ending at the harbour town of Porthmadog. Moderate to strenuous.
Wales Coast Path Ceredigion
This 72 miles (116km) section sweeps around Cardigan Bay. The Ceredigion Path with its varied landscape, wealth of wildlife, geological and archaeological features makes it an unique section of the 870 mile Wales Coast Path.
Carmarthenshire Coast Path
The Carmarthenshire Coastal Path, a lovely section of the Wales Coast Path. The 74 mile (119 km) path, from Amroth to Penclawdd takes you along a varied route around estuaries, farmland and historic sites with a number of castles on the trail. Laugharne Castle is one of these, a village closely associated with the iconic poet Dylan Thomas.
Wales Coast Path Anglesey
128 miles (212 km) of magnificent coastline around the Isle of Anglesey. Long beaches, rugged and remote coast, wildlife, fauna and history. Easy to moderate, strenuous in parts.
Wales C P Meirionnydd
69 mile (111 km) route from Porthmadog, following the Cambrian coastline through Meirionnydd to the Mawddach estuary in Machynlleth. Easy to moderate path with spectacular views to Cader Idris, the Snowdonia ranges and the Llŷn Peninsula.
Wales Coast Path Pembrokeshire
The 179 mile (288 km) Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is the most established trail of the whole Wales Coast Path. A truly delightful coastline, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path gained National Trail status in 1970.
Gower Coast Path
The Gower Peninsula Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) boasts some of the most spectacular beaches in the UK. A short 43 mile path (69 km) with ever-changing landscape, marshland, rugged cliffs, majestic headlands and coves with enchanting beaches at Rhossili Bay and Three Cliffs Bay.