Walking holidays in Wales

Travelling by foot is a wonderful way to get to know this unique country, and experience all it has to offer in all its often wild and beautiful detail. Our walking holidays always factor in plenty of time to make a pit-stop here and there, to explore the charming local villages en route, to sample the local cuisine, to soak up the awesome views and acquaint yourself with the local flora and fauna.

Wales has an incredible amount of history and culture to immerse yourself in, and it’s well-known for its friendly residents, who will be more than happy to tell you tales both old and new from the local community. It’s also a great choice for nature lovers, with a lush landscape that is home to many rare species of flora and fauna. If you choose to walk the coast, you might even spot the odd seal or dolphin in the water.

Some photos © Crown copyright 2019 (Visit Wales).

Our Wales highlights

St David's Cathedral

Home to The Patron Saint of Wales and the smallest City in the UK, there has been a church on this site in St David’s since the 6th Century

Included in our A Celtic Caper holiday


These jaunty little ‘sea parrots’ always raise a smile and can be seen from May to August off the Pembrokeshire Coast

Included in our A Celtic Caper holiday

Laugharne (Larne!)

Home to Welsh Bard Dylan Thomas and his favourite watering holes, a medieval castle and more, Laugharne featured recently in BBC Wales ‘Keeping Faith’

Included in our A Celtic Caper holiday


Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country in Europe including this World Heritage Site at Harlech - built by Edward I

Included in our Celtic coasts and castles holiday


An artful recreation of a pastel coloured Italian village dreamed up by architect Clough William Ellis

Included in our Celtic coasts and castles holiday

Cardigan Bay

Seals are visible from the coast path, and you can often spot dolphins and even whales. Seabirds and wildflowers make this a wildlife haven

Included in our Ceredigion coast holiday

Our Wales Walking holidays