In total the Pembrokeshire Coast Path stretches nearly 200 miles and is now part of an all Wales coastal path. The easiest way to access it is to head to one of the local beaches where there is parking and walk from there. For the serious walker it is possible to walk the full extent of the coastline over a fortnight, but this is best planned using a guide book, or the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website. A coastal bus service picks up (or returns) at various points along the path, making it possible to walk the full path without retracing your steps.
The National Park website (www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk) lists over 200 circular walks in Pembrokeshire. A number of these are accessible by wheel chair or with pushchairs
Much of the inland scenery is also very attractive and the drive east from Roch, out into the hills behind is worthwhile. In particular the Gwaun valley & Preseli Hills (to the North of Pembrokeshire) are well worth a visit for the keen walker.