Plan your post lockdown trip to the path
Discover beaches, harbours and islands along the Wales Coast Path, and explore the rivers and inland shores of Wales’s lakes. Add a warm Welsh welcome and culture for the greatest coastal experience of 2018. Welcome to our epic shores!
Why not celebrate the Year of the Sea by walking the Wales Coast Path?
At 870 miles / 1,400 km long with start / finish points in the North (border of Chester) and the South (Chepstow), this path hugs the entire Welsh coastline.
Of course, you can begin your journey wherever you see our unique blue and yellow way-markers standing out proud to guide you along your way.
No problem! You can easily ‘chunk up’ the path into manageable and do-able sections. There are plenty of walks that can be done in a day or over a weekend – you’ll be able to tick off those bits off your “To do” list in no time!
Wales is the first country in the world to have a continuous footpath along it’s coastline in it’s entirety. It also links up with the 177 mile / 285km Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail, the path that borders between England and Wales.
This means that if you walked around the country of Wales, you would spend about 83% of your time with the sea and /or the coastline in your sight!
The family of official and most up to date guidebooks by Northern Eye is complete and available to buy online and stockists around the country.
Covering 7 regions of the path, these well written and visually attractive guide booksre ideal for the walker with day and weekend itineraries included.
These books will inspire you to lace up your walking boots – they will also compliment any good coffee table!
There are plenty of other Wales Coast Path guidebooks available in our Guidebooks section.
You can also explore the diverse areas that the path passes through:
The short answer is lots more!
Wales is a country almost surrounded by the sea so expect some more stunning coastal national nature reserves and woodlands.
Natural Resources Wales have put together their Top 10 Special Places by the Sea for you to discover and enjoy. You can check out useful information on what’s there and what you can do.
We’d love to know about your Welsh coastal walks. Remember to tag us on social media @walescoastpath with these hashtags: #walescoast #arfordircymru #FindYourEpic
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