Get to know the Welsh coastline

Travel the Coastal Way

A stunning seaside road trip

Explore the Coastal Way

Get to know the Welsh coastline by taking a road trip along The Coastal Way.

It’s part of The Wales Way, a recently launched family of three national routes – the Coastal Way, the Cambrian Way and the North Wales Way – that guide you through some of our country’s most striking scenery.

Each touring route is designed to introduce visitors to the best of Wales. They’re packed with suggestions on things to see and do as you travel, giving you the local knowledge to venture off the beaten path and create your very own Welsh adventure.

Get to know the Coastal Way

There’s so much to see along The Coastal Way it’s difficult knowing where to start.

To point you in the right direction we’ve created a series of themed itineraries. Whether you’re looking for coastal adventures and golf courses or to discover less trodden walking routes through our inspiring landscapes. You can immerse yourself in our cultural connections whilst sampling delicious artisan food and drink created by passionate makers. You can find this and so much more all along this epic route.

Kayaking at Ceibwr bay

These epic trips showcase the best The Coastal Way has to offer including exploring the dramatically folded coastline whilst kayaking near Ceibwr or delve deep into the heritage of the area with visits to St Davids Cathedral, and its fascinating library of 16th Century books.

The breathtaking landscape is perfect for those wanting to get away from it all: lace up the walking boots, head out onto the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or Preseli Hills and breathe deeply. Bliss.

Fishguard Folk nights in The Royal Oak pub

Then relax at the end of the day, sampling the freshest Pembrokeshire food and drink whilst toe-tapping along to Welsh folk music or join in a sing-song.

We, Welsh, do love to sing!

There’s plenty more inspiration in our itineraries below or download our guide to The coastal Way