Short walks in Pembrokeshire

Abereiddi to Blue Lagoon
300 yards

A wheelchair accessible walk which leads to a stunning view over the Blue Lagoon – a deep, flooded quarry. Find out more about the Abereiddi to Blue Lagoon walk.

Ceibwr to Pwll y wrach
Under 1 mile / 1.6 km

Ceibwr Bay was once a busy port serving Moylegrove. Pwll y Wrach – the Witches’ Cauldron – is one of the most striking geological features on this stretch of coast – a collapsed cave, formed where the sea has picked out soft, crumbling shale and sandstone along a fault line. Find out more about the Ceibwr to Pwll y wrach walk.

Under 1 mile / 1.6 km

This walk contains some steep gradients. The rocks at the mouth of Solva Harbour make this one of the safest anchorages between Milford Haven and Fishguard. The pretty town is divided into Upper and Lower Solva. Find out more about the Solva walk.


Explore the lovely, mediaeval town of Newport. Set on the Nevern Estuary, with some excellent wheelchair accessible stretches, you can take a gentle stroll and enjoy some wildlife watching along the way. (Bus)

Martin’s Haven to Marloes
2 miles / 3.5 km

Explore the Deer Park with its views across Jack Sound to Skomer Island and continue along this dramatic stretch of coast. Sit and watch the waters in the Jack Sound race by and look out for gannets and porpoise. In September and October, this is a great place for spotting seal pups on the beaches below (but remember that these are high cliffs so caution is always advised). A small extension to this walk will take you to the strikingly beautiful Marloes beach. Find out more about the Deer Park to Marloes walk.

4.6 miles / 7 km

Take in this bustling, pretty seaside town and its nearby countryside. There are great views out to Caldey Island, home to a religious community since the sixth century. You can take boat trips from Tenby to explore the island. (Bus & Train).Find out more about the Tenby walk.