Walking Holidays in Wales

Anglesey Coastal Path looking across to the Snowdonia mountains

Walking Holidays in Wales

Wales, or Cymru, is home to a rich Celtic nation, a unique culture and a language that is the sole remaining part of a Britain long disappeared. On your walks in Wales you’ll notice signs are different and (sometimes) difficult to pronounce and in Mid and North Wales you’ll hear Europe’s oldest living language being actively spoken. Walking Welsh routes and National Trails you’ll discover a country of spectacular scenery that constantly changes and excites the senses. Wales’ compact countryside encompasses 3 National Trails, 3 national parks and more Areas of Outstanding Beauty (AONBs) than any part of Britain. We offer a range of Wales walking holidays. Click on any of the individual walks to find out more:
Anglesey Coastal Path looking across to the Snowdonia mountains

Anglesey Coastal Path

Set amongst the backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range, the Anglesey coastal walk is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Length: 128 miles/200km
Start: Holyhead
Finish: Holyhead
Grade: Easy to Moderate
From: £399 p.p.

Brecon Beacons walking holiday

Beacons Way

If you want to go trekking in Wales we recommend the Beacon’s Way for its beautiful route through the Black Mountains, the Central Beacons and Pen-y-Fan.

Length: 100 miles (160km)
Start: Abergavenny
Finish: Llangadog
Grade: Moderate to Challenging
From: £745 p.p.

Ceredigion Coast Path

Ceredigion Coast Path

Spot dolphins, pass award-winning beaches and visit the place where Dylan Thomas lived and wrote on the Ceredigion Coast Path route.

Length: 61 miles/97.6 km
Start: Cardigan
Finish: Aberystwyth
Grade: Moderate
From: £480 p.p.

Glyndwrs Way

Glyndwr’s Way

An energetic walking holiday named after the legendary Welsh nobleman, Owain Glyndwr.

Length: 132 miles/ 209km
Start: Knighton
Finish: Welshpool
Grade: Moderate to Challenging
From: £480 p.p.


Gower Coast Path

The Gower Peninsula was the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain and is home to 24 Wildlife Trust reserves and 10 nature reserves.

Length: 43 mls / 69 kms
Start: Penclawdd
Finish: Mumbles
Grade: Easy to Moderate
From: £440 p.p.

Llangollen Round

Llangollen Round

This fairly new circular route will take you around every summit in the picturesque Vale of Llangollen.

Length: 33 mls
Start: Llangollen
Finish: Llangollen
Grade: Moderate/Easy
From: £265 p.p.

Llyn Coastal Path  Bardsey Island

Llyn Coastal Path

Travel back in time by walking the Llyn Coastal Path – an ancient pilgrim route tracing the spiritual journey taken by ancient pilgrims to reach ‘the isle of 20,000 saints’.

Length: 90 miles/144 km
Start: Caernarvon
Finish: Porthmadog
Grade: Moderate
From: £420 p.p.

Offas Dyke Path Walking Holiday

Offa’s Dyke Path

Wales’s Offa’s Dyke Path is listed by Lonely Planet as one of the ‘top 10 great walks in the world’.

Length: 177 miles (283km)
Start: Chepstow
Finish: Prestatyn
Grade: Moderate
From: £550 p.p.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path was voted as ‘the world’s best coastal region’ by National Geographic in 2012.

Length: 180 miles (289.6km)
Start: Amroth
Finish: St Dogmaels
Grade: Moderate
From: £495 p.p.

Three Castles walk

Three Castles Walk

This waymarked long distance footpath links the fascinating Trilateral Castles – 3 Norman castles built by Hugh de Burgh.

Length: 17/24 miles / 27/38 km
Start: Nr Abergavenny
Finish: Nr Abergavenny
Grade: Moderate
From: £205 p.p.

Anglesey Coastal Path looking across to the Snowdonia mountains

Wales Coast Path

This ambitious route enables you to walk the entire length of Wales’ coastline – a whopping 870 miles in total.

Length: 870 mls / 1392km
Start: Chepstow / Chester
Finish: Chester / Chepstow
Grade: moderate/ energetic


Wye Valley Walk

Wye Valley Walk The Wye Valley Walk is an easy grade walking holiday that following  the river valley from Chepstow to Rhayader and continuing to its source near Pumlumon in the hills above Aberystwyth. The 136 mile (218km) route criss-crosses the lowe …

Length: 136 miles (218km)
Start: Chepstow
Finish: Rhyd y Benwch (Llangurig)
Grade: Easy to Moderate
From: £475 p.p.