The Coastal Way travels the west coast around Cardigan Bay, a 180-mile (290km) road-trip between the sea and mountains. The Cambrian Way crosses the spine of Wales for 185 miles (300km) between Llandudno and Cardiff, through National Parks and big green spaces. The North Wales Way leads 75 miles (120km) past mighty castles into the island of Anglesey.

We’ve also suggested loops and detours so that you can go igam ogam and create your own Wales Way road-trip

The Wales Way

Karte mit DenWales Way Routen.

Wales Way routes

The North Wales Way

Follow the old trading route along our northern coast into Anglesey. Explore The North Wales Way.

A white lighthouse off a sandy beach.
A view overlooking the water towards Conwy Castle
A large bridge crossing a river.

Talacre Beach, Conwy Castle, and the Menai Suspension Bridge, North Wales

The Cambrian Way

A complete north-south journey along the mountainous spine of Wales. Explore The Cambrian Way.

Brecon Mountain Railway train going past forest with steam flowing from the funnel.
Camping pod
Boat on the canal

Wigwam Holidays in Builth Wells, Brecon Mountain Railway and Brecon Park Boats, both in the Brecon Beacons 

The Coastal Way

This coastline is dotted with charming harbour towns and resorts, fishing villages and secret coves. There are vast stretches of sand, towering cliffs, and beaches of all kinds in between. Explore The Coastal Way.

Image of St Davids cathedral in St Davids
Aerial view of a seaside village.

St Davids, Pembrokeshire, West Wales and Aberdaron, Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales

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