Coastal Walks

Walk the Coast with a difference... Walk Carmarthenshire's stretch of Coast, one of the most varied and attractive in the country. The walks include gorgeous views of pine forests, coastal commons, salt marshes and sand dunes.

Llansteffan

A delightful coastal walk taking in the imposing Norman Castle with staggering views across Carmarthen Bay and St Anthony’s well with its water reputed to cure many ills! Also includes the quiet, secluded, golden sands of Scotts Bay.

Download the walking map for Llansteffan (430KB,pdf)

Laugharne

Coastal and countryside walks await you in Laugharne, enjoy scenary , heritage and culture during your visit. 

Download the walking map for Laugharne (2.8MB,pdf)

Ferryside

This coastal walk takes in three main settlements; one lost village below the sand dunes, one old village and one new village.

Download the walking map for Ferryside (1.1MB,pdf)

Sandy Water Park

A beautiful part of the award winning Millennium Coastal Park taking in the views of Gower, this traffic free path is ideal for buggies and wheelchairs and has adjacent car parking.

Download the walking map for Sandy Water Park (456KB,pdf)

Pembrey

The village of Pembrey lies on the coastal plain adjoining Carmarthen Bay. Rising behind the village is Pembrey Mountain. The Welsh name Penbre relates to the location of the village – ‘Pen’ meaning end, ‘bre’ meaning hill.

Download the walking map for Pembrey(1MB,pdf)

Llangennech

Follow the path of the Afon Morlais from Troserch woods through Llangennech to the coast where the walk links with the Millennium Coastal Park.  

Download the walking map for Llangennech part 1(1.3MB,pdf)

Download the walking map for Llangennech part 2(1.3MB,pdf)