Walking holidays in Wales

Guided walking holidays in Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast, coves and saints

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Explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast
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Windswept headlands, soaring sea birds, and the golden sands of secluded coves. Your guide tells fascinating stories of pirates, saints and Princes of Wales. Breathe fresh air and return relaxed, refreshed and recharged.

From £ 285.- / 4 days

Price per person - based on 2 people sharing

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Walking holidays in Wales

A relatively small country, Wales is big with walkers. It's lush and green, has miles and miles of walking paths, and a wildly beautiful landscape full of mountains, lakes and scenic coastline.

Cliffs and a beach next to a blue sea in Wales. A landscape of green fields hedgerows seen from a hilltop. Panorama from the peak of Snowdon Mountain in Wales.

Popular walking areas in Wales are Snowdonia National Park in the North, the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains in mid-Wales, and the Pembrokeshire and Glamorgon Heritage coast in the South. Wales has a rich history, many old castles and a wide variety of terrain you can go walking in. So really, there's something for everyone here.

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Wales

Capital: Cardiff

Area: 8,022 sq. miles, roughly a tenth of the area of the UK

Population: 3 million

Currency: Pound

More info on Wales:

Wales on Wikipedia

What is walking in Wales like?

Wales seems to have been made for walking. There are hundreds of miles of footpaths and walking-trails, ranging from coastal paths to walks through beautiful hilly countryside and over rugged mountains. Whether you're looking for some leisurely strolls or more challenging treks, you'll find it in Wales.


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