Walks to do in South West Wales

This area is home to Wales' only marine national park and has miles of stunning coastal walks within Gower and Pembrokeshire.

Caswell Bay, Gower

A Gower walk taking in smugglers coves, caves and underground rivers.

Maenclochog

A circular walk in the beautiful village of Maenclochog, taking in the Preseli Hills, quarries and mystical bluestones.

St David's to Whitesands Bay

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a 186 mile long route. This walk begins in Wales' smallest city - St David's and ends in Whitesands bay.

St Govan's to Stackpole Quay

A spectacular walk along the Pembrokeshire coast visiting an ancient hermit's retreat, a stunning beach and Stackpole Quay.

Worm's Head to Whitford Point

A long and winding walk through an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Gower Peninsula.


Weatherman Walking

Derek Brockway

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Follow in Derek's footsteps as he walks through stunning locations in Wales.

In Pictures: Welsh walks

Derek running up Garth Mountain

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