Make the most of your visit to Pembrokeshire and experience the stunning scenery on 2 wheels! We will happily look after your bikes in a secure area overnight and help you choose the perfect cycle route for you.
Saundersfoot itself has a beautiful, award-winning Blue Flag sandy beach and colourful harbour with pleasure boat moorings. Situated within the National Park in the south of Pembrokeshire, it’s on the Celtic Trail, a long distance cycle touring route that leads to Fishguard. Saundersfoot is also an ideal starting point for cyclists with several routes spanning out from the village both along the stunning coast and inland.
Saundersfoot to Blackpool Mill
This route takes you through 34 miles of beautiful historic countryside. The first section through Canaston Woods is off road and steeped in coal mining history; the tramway route and stone and brick pumping house are all that remain today at Reynalton. Also on the route is Blackpool Mill, which dates back to 1813 and is one of the best examples of a corn grist mill in Britain.
Saundersfoot to Carew
A shorter ride at 21 miles, Carew heads inland from Saundersfoot through rolling countryside to Carew Castle dramatically located on the edge of a millpond while the 16 mile Heritage and Gardens ride leads to Tavernspite. The first section hugs the coastline using the old narrow gauge railway tunnels cut through cliffs and on via a wooded valley to the craft village of Stepaside; the ride also passes the eight-acre National Trust garden of Colby Woodland which houses one of the finest rhododendron and azalea collections in Wales.
Saundersfoot to Lamphey
This 25 mile route takes your from Saundersfoot, through the Victorian spa town of Tenby with its Blue Flag beaches, past the medieval castle at Manorbier and onto Lamphey where visitors can see the remains of the 13th century Bishops Palace.
To find our more about The Celtic Trail and cycling in Pembrokeshire, please click here