Culture and Heritage Walks

Soak up our unique culture and heritage along the Welsh coastline

Be inspired by the surroundings that spurred one of Wales’ most celebrated writers Dylan Thomas or drop by the Welsh Language Centre at Nant Gwyrtheyrn, nestled into the hillside where mountains meet the coast.  Whereever you go, a warm Welsh “Croeso” (welcome) awaits you.

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Discover our medieval history on the edge of one of Europe's largest areas of sand dunes

Spectacular sea views along the way ending at the official half way point of the path

Browse around Dylan Thomas' famous boathouse with fantastic views of the River Taf and Gower beyond

A rugged cliff top walk with a castle and miles of golden sand in south west corner of Pembrokeshire

The perfect place to dinosaur fossil hunting as well as an invigorating clifftop walk with expansive views of the Bristol channel

Enjoy stunning views of mountains, forest and the beach in the south west corner of this island

A walk along this rugged coastline is steeped in Welsh folklore and culture

A gentle walk with fantastic views of the River Conwy and one of the most majestic medieval Welsh castles along the path