Wales is the only country to have a coast path around its entire coastline - that's 870 miles (1,400km) to explore. It runs from Queensferry in the North Wales Borderlands to Chepstow in the far southeast. It provides access to the coastline for all kinds of walkers, from families to hard-core hikers, enabling ramblers to walk around the whole outline of Wales. Many sections of the Wales Coast Path are easy to tackle as day walks, often with good public transport connections. 

There are plenty of things to see and do along the way too.