Rob and Sarah, Exploring Mid Wales, are going to tackle the 870 mile Wales Coast Path during 2018, Wales' Year of the Sea. You can join them by contacting them here. Each day will be self contained and spread throughout the year, so if you fancy doing just a little, that's fine. All dates are flexible but below is "the plan". Most days will be single day walks but we can also arrange multi-day walks to suit you.
January Gwent Coast (Chepstow - Cardiff Bay) 45 miles (4 days)
February Glamorgan Coast (Cardiff - Swansea) 70 miles (6 days)
March Gower Coast (Swansea - Llanelli) 60 miles (5 days)
April Carmarthenshire Coast (Llanelli - Amroth) 61 miles (5 days)
May Pembrokeshire Coast South (Amroth - Broad Haven) 90 miles (7 days)
June Pembrokeshire Coast North (Broad Haven - St Dogmael's) 90 miles (7 days)
July Ceredigion Coast (Cardigan - Machynlleth) 72 miles (7 days)
August Meirionydd Coast (Machynlleth - Porthmadog) 60 miles (5 days)
September Lleyn & Menai Coast (Porthmadog - Menai Bridge) 109 miles (10 days)
October Anglesey Coast (circular) 132 miles (12 days)
November Conwy Coast (Menai Bridge - Prestatyn) 50 miles (4 days)
December Dee Estuary (Prestatyn - Chester) 34 miles (3 days)
The walk begins on New Year's Day at Chepstow Castle with a gentle 7 mile walk to Sudbrook, returning by car.