With further reductions of lockdown restrictions expected over coming weeks, those planning to get out and enjoy Pembrokeshire are being asked to be respectful to the countryside.
Pembrokeshire has some of the most stunning countryside and coastline in Wales and is easily explored by the Coastal Path or the network of inland paths that crisscross the county.
At this time of year it is particularly beautiful. The hedgerows and coastal slopes are bursting with flowers and birds and wildlife are in abundance.
However, the countryside is also a busy, working place. Crops are growing and livestock are out in the fields.
You may see Pembrokeshire potatoes being harvested along with silage and hay being made ready for winter.
Please be aware when using Rights of Way in the countryside that you are crossing private land.
Whilst most of the paths are open some may still have advisory signs on them. There will be good reasons for this and we request that you respect landowners’ privacy and business.
During normal times routes are normally unrestricted, but at present there are some routes that aren’t available.
Therefore please follow and observe any signs you may come across.
Please be courteous and take particular care where the route passes through the curtilage of private residences or through working farm yards.
Be considerate and try to use an alternative waymarked route where possible.
The countryside is a working environment and visitors need to be aware of the following:
Please respect and look after each other and safely enjoy beautiful Pembrokeshire.
Rights of Way issues can be reported to either Pembrokeshire County Council or the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.