Gower Peninsula

For stunning scenery and breathtaking views the Gower peninsula delivers. The diverse landscape means there are a range of walks to suit all ages and abilities so it’s one for the whole family. The Rhossili coastal trail is a bracing six mile trek which takes you along dramatic cliffs and past beautiful beaches. For a less demanding outing try the two mile scenic walk between Langland Bay and Caswell Bay. For more information on walking in Swansea visit

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Don’t be intimidated by the 186 mile long route which stretches from Cardigan through to Tenby. You can break it up by taking your pick of the many walks along the path. With over 50 beaches, a series of picturesque ports and secret coves, there’s much to see out West. Try walking north around rugged, historic St Davids Head, or south by cliffs, sands and woodland to Broad Haven and Marloes. Other highlights include the cliffs of Stackpole and Pencamaes and the beaches of St Brides Bay.

For detailed informational visit and follow links to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path page.