Celtic Trail Map / Lôn Geltaidd Map Llwybr Beicio | Chepstow to St Davids Cycle Route (Route 4/47)
Sustrans' Celtic Trail map is the official cycle route map for the Celtic Trail network on National Route 4 in South and West Wales from Chepstow to St Davids, plus National Route 47 from Newport to Briton Ferry, and Llanelli to Fishguard.
Long-distance cycle map for Chepstow to St Davids bike route using NCN 4 and 47
Follow traffic-free greenways, coastal paths, riverside trails and quiet country lanes as the Celtic Trail takes you through wonderfully scenic West Wales. Whether you are an experienced cyclist, a family with children or looking for great historic attractions, coastal gems, and fantastic places to eat and drink, the Celtic Trail offers all this and more.
The western section of the trail takes you to some of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire’s finest coastlines. Visit fantastic seaside resorts like Tenby and Saundersfoot, stunning beaches like Newgale and Whitesands, picturesque harbours like Solva and Little Haven and historic centres like St Davids, and explore some great traffic-free routes including the Millennium Coastal Park and the Brunel Trail.
These coastal routes are threaded together by quiet and often hilly lanes through beautiful countryside. If it’s a remote rural ride you're after, follow National Route 47 on the Trail as it travels over the Preseli Hills between Fishguard and Carmarthen, then along the Tywi Valley and on to the scenic Swiss Valley Route, a lovely 11-mile greenway.
If you are looking to tackle the trail over several days it can be easily broken down into shorter sections with plenty of places to stay along the way, not to mention countless pubs, cafés restaurants and tea-rooms where hungry cyclists are always guaranteed a warm welcome.
Published: Apr 2017
Size: 75 x 47cm, folded 12.5 x 23.5cm
Paper: Printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper with plastic cover
We are improving the National Cycle Network to make it more accessible for everyone. As part of our Paths for Everyone vision, some sections of the Network have been removed or reclassified. There may be sections within these maps that are no longer part of the Network. These sections are likely to be on busier roads and will suit more experienced cyclists.