Launched by Visit Wales in late 2017, The Wales Way includes three unique routes (The Coastal Way, The Cambrian Way and The North Wales Way), which have been designed to inspire visitors to travel and explore Wales.

The Coastal Way begins, or ends, in St Davids and passes through many of Wales’ notable attractions. From Aberteifi’s historical castle landmarks to Aberystwth’s Devil’s Bridge Railway Station and waterfalls to Barmouth’s white sandy beaches.

The Coastal Way takes winding roads through idyllic towns and villages, past soaring coastal landscapes and untouched beaches, offering an unforgettable experience.

The Coastal Way runs the entire length of Cardigan Bay. It’s a 180-mile (290km) odyssey that threads between blue seas and big mountains.

The Cambrian Way is a complete north-south journey along the mountainous spine of Wales, running for 185 miles (300km) from coast to coast.

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