Cycling: on road or off road?

A patchwork of quiet lanes and tracks waiting to be explored

Where will you cycle today?

Cycling in Pembrokeshire

There’s no better way to explore Pembrokeshire: on two wheels (stabilisers optional), with the open road and some stunning scenery.

That’s one of the beauties of cycling in Pembrokeshire, you’re never quite sure what’s around the next corner. The county offers such a wide range of stunning and interesting cycle routes that will appeal to all fitness levels.

Touring cyclists are spoilt for choice with Sustrans’ Celtic Trail West and Lon Teifi Trail. From Fishguard, head south-west and the route hugs the Pembrokeshire coastline revealing wide-open expanses of beach and towering cliffs at every turn. Turn north-east or south-east and it’s into the hills and vales you go with wild landscapes and remote enchanted hamlets with traditions stemming back generations. Choose a route, link it with one or more of our local leisure and family trails, and explore Pembrokeshire at your own pace.

Although Pembrokeshire’s lanes are very quiet, sometimes it’s better to have family-friendly traffic-free or very lightly trafficked routes for those ‘wiggly’ young riders. You will find a selection of these in our range of leisure and family trails.

Like a bit of mud with your cycling? Big grins are guaranteed on The Stackpole Estate. The 4 mile (6.6km) route through Castle Dock and Cheriton Bottom Woods features climbs, twists, turns and jumps that are designed to test intermediate riders. Fun guaranteed.

Our cycle trails are quite spectacular and suitable for all ages, abilities and interests – where will you cycle today?