There are many fantastic walks along the 186mile/ 299km Pembrokeshire costal path, too many to detail here. We have included a small number of local suggestions but the best option is to get an OS Map and explore them yourself!
There is a seasonal coastal bus service (April - September) that enables you to do longer walks without having to retrace your steps or take two cars.

Martins Haven
You can walk to Martins Haven from Marloes or drive down and park at the National Trust car park. The walk around the headland when you get there is not very long but you get some spectacular views of Skomer and Skokholm and the tidal race in the stretch of water between is impressive. You are likely to see the horses that graze on this headland and birds from the nature reserve.

Lobster Pot to Griffin Pub Crawl
This is a great evening walk starting at the Lobster Pot pub in Marloes, followed by a visit to the Griffin Pub in Dale. It is an interesting walk around the headland and across the disused airfield. The walk back can be even more interesting depending on how much you have had to drink and your sense of direction! We suggest you take a torch and, if in doubt, you can come back via the road.

Dale headland including St Anns Head
You can park at Dale to do this circular walk which will take you past the Lighthouse and Coastguard lookout point.

Marloes Cliff Path
You should do a walk that includes the stretch of coast path the length of Marloes Sands. You get some spectacular views of the beach particularly when the tide is out.