Two Celtic Lands – Two Celtic Saints – One Transformative Journey
A pilgrim journey to a sacred site has been a vibrant Celtic tradition since early Christian times. One of these ancient trails - the Wexford–Pembrokeshire Pilgrim Way - is now being re-awakened to link the early Irish monastic site at Ferns, Co Wexford with St Davids in Pembrokeshire. This newly re-discovered international route is characterised by wild Celtic landscapes and rich cultural heritage that continues to inspire musicians, poets and painters who live along its path to this day.
Pilgrimage on foot is a green and sustainable form of travel in these times of climate change and habitat loss. This route is a 260km (162 mile) journey with nearly 100km winding through County Wexford from Ferns to Rosslare, followed by a 100km crossing over the Irish Sea and a 60km walk on the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park Coast Path to St Davids. Enjoy!