The Coastal Way
The Coastal Way runs the entire length of Cardigan Bay. It’s a 180-mile (290km) odyssey that threads between blue seas on one side and big mountains on the other. It's a great location for a road trip, short break or an epic weekend away.
From Aberdaron to St Davids, the coast is dotted with harbour towns and resorts, fishing villages and secret coves. There are vast stretches of sand, towering cliffs, and beaches of all kinds in between.
There are plenty of loops and byways to explore: the north coast of the Llŷn Peninsula, Snowdonia, Pumlumon, Preseli… endless ways to discover your own secret places.
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 under the headings of adventure, walking, heritage, Welsh language, culture, landscape, coast, food and drink, family breaks and golf.
These epic trips showcase the best The Coastal Way has to offer including zipping with your friends at Europe’s largest zip zone, discovering our rich heritage by visiting Llechwedd mountain on the steepest cable railway in Britain and Harlech Castle an UNESCO World Heritage Site built by Edward I between 1282 and 1289.
There's much more to see including Dragon Raiders Activity Park, Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways, Antur Stiniog Mountain Bike Trails and Nant Gwrtheyrn the National Welsh Language and Heritage Centre.