Maybe a little Celtic Coaster will be called for, or perhaps a Coastal Cruiser?
The coastal buses are back on the road 4th May. Which one will you be catching?
Spring has sprung here in Pembrokeshire. The skylarks are singing, the hedgerows are awash with the pinks, blues and whites of wild flowers and Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus services are rolling!
This means that if you want to get to the coast, or walk great lengths of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path without having to retrace your steps, you can. Simply hop on a bus, sit back and enjoy the ride.
In the far North you have the 405 Poppit Rocket, ready to run you along the coastline from Cardigan to Fishguard, stopping at St Dogmaels, Poppit Sands beach, Molygrove, Newport and Pwllgwaelod.
Between Fishguard and St Davids you have the 404 Strumble Shuttle, taking you to coast at Strumble Head, Tregwynt, Porthgain and Abberiddi.
In St Davids the 403 Celtic Coaster provides an hourly service to the coast, for walks from Whitesands, St Justinian and Porthclais.
Heading South the 400 Puffin Shuttle sweeps round St Brides Bay, from St Davids to Marloes, calling in at Newgale, Broadhaven and Dale. To head further round the coastline hop on the 315 service to Milford Haven and Haverfordwest.
Out of Pembroke the 387 Coastal Cruiser will take you to Angle, Bosherston and Stackpole on its circular journey around the Angle Peninsula.
From Pembroke to Tenby hop on the 349 service, which links to Haverfordwest, and look out for the 351 service to get you along the coast from Tenby to Saundersfoot and Amroth.
Which means the entire length of the 186-mile (299km) Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, from St Dogmaels to Amroth, is accessible by public transport. Hurray!
Buses will run 7-days a week from 4th May – 28th September 2014 so Download your copy of the 2014 Summer timetables.
Read more about the Pembrokeshire Coast Path