View from Foel y Mwnt in our Guided Walks in Pembrokeshire

Guided walking holidays in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion

The sandy coves and soaring cliffs of the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coasts, the wild and ancient landscapes of the Preselis and the wooded valleys of the Teifi, Gwaun and Nevern rivers offer some of the most varied and beautiful walking in Wales.

Spectacular coastal flowers, stone circles, iron-age forts and wildlife ranging from seals and dolphins to choughs and kites. On a 7 night walking holiday in Pembrokeshire there are four whole days (5-6 hrs, 8 to 10 miles) and two half days (3-4hrs, 4 to 5 miles) walking, guided by one of your hosts, that are included in your holiday (but not compulsory!)

New: Gentle Dragons - One week in the spring (May 11-17) and one in the autumn (Sept 7-13) will feature gentler walks of 5 to 6 miles a day.

The terrain is not mountainous but rarely flat! Walks are led at a sympathetic pace with plenty of stops to admire the scenery, history and wildlife.

Your Guide to Walking Holidays in Pembrokeshire, Brecon and Wales

Richard Mitchley is a Welsh speaker with a knowledge and love of Welsh culture that ranges from rugby to strict-metre poetry. His family have lived at Parc-y-gors since the 1950's.

Richard is a qualified Mountain Leader and a life-long amateur naturalist and historian. He is also an inveterate croquet addict. He has walked all over Wales and trekked in Nepal, India, New Zealand and Europe. In his spare time he earns his living as an actor and presenter.

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