- The National Trails
- Cleveland Way
- Cotswold Way
- England Coast Path
- Glyndŵr's Way
- Hadrian's Wall Path
- North Downs Way
- Offa's Dyke Path
- Peddars Way / Norfolk Coast Path
- Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Pennine Bridleway
- Pennine Way
- South Downs Way
- South West Coast Path
- Thames Path
- The Ridgeway
- Yorkshire Wolds Way
Getting to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail by train:
- To Amroth (the south end of the Trail) take a train to Kilgetty and then catch the 351 bus to Amroth (5km).
- To St Dogmaels (the north end of the Trail) get a train to Haverfordwest then the 412 bus to Cardigan. Then take the 405 walker bus (Poppit Rocket) or walk to St Dogmaels 2.5km. The 405 also goes to Poppit – another 2km of road walking (no pavement).
Trains on the west spur meet the National Trail at Fishguard Harbour (Goodwick); on the west spur at Milford Haven; on the south spur at Pembroke Dock and at Tenby. For further detailed public transport information contact http://www.pembrokeshiregreenways.co.uk )
(All of the train stations mentioned go through Whitland Station, it may be cheaper to get a return ticket to Whitland and singles to from the trail stations.)
Getting to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail by bus:
There are National Express bus services from London and Birmingham
Getting around the Coast
Pembrokeshire has a fleet of five coastal bus services that run 7 days a week throughout the summer. The buses cover most of the 186 miles of Coast Path National Trail
- The ‘Poppit Rocket' follows the coastline between Fishguard and Cardigan, stopping at Pwllgwaelod, Dinas Cross, Newport, Moylegrove, Poppit Sands, and St Dogmaels.
- The ‘Strumble Shuttle' runs between Fishguard and St Davids, stopping at Goodwick, Pontiago, Strumble Head, Trefasser Cross, St Nicholas, Tregwynt, Mathry, Abercastle, Trefin, Llanrhian, Porthgain, Abereiddi and St Davids.
- The ‘Puffin Shuttle' travels along the coast between St Davids and Milford Haven, passing through Solva, Newgale, Broad Haven, Little Haven, Marloes, Dale, St Ishmaels and Herbrandston.
- The ‘Coastal Cruiser' takes passengers around the Angle Peninsula, stopping at Pembroke Dock to Pembroke, Angle, Bosherston and Stackpole.
- The ‘Celtic Coaster' runs between St Davids, Porth Clais, St Justinians and Whitesands.
For timetables and further information visit the Pembrokeshire County Council website.
You can also find public transport information and help with journey planning on the Traveline Cymru website or by calling 0871 200 22 33.