Summer bus services are returning to the Pembrokeshire coast for the season - including the open-topped ‘hop on - hop off’ double decker ‘Coaster’ between Tenby & Saundersfoot.

Starting up on Saturday, May 25 will be:

• The Puffin Shuttle (service 400 - operated by Richards Bros) runs between St Davids and Marloes, via Little Haven, Druidston, St Brides and Martins Haven (for boat trips to Skomer Island).

• The Strumble Shuttle (service 404 - operated by Richards Bros) runs via the coast road between St Davids and Fishguard, including Abereiddy (for the Blue Lagoon), Porthgain, and Strumble Head.

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First Cymru’s extended Tenby Coaster travels along the seafront on Tenby Esplanade. (Pic supplied)

The Coastal Cruiser (service 387/388 - operated by Pembrokeshire County Council) around the Angle peninsular will also revert to its summer timetable on May 25.

All three services will run daily until Sunday, September 29.

In addition, the Celtic Coaster (service 403 - operated by Sarah Bell) around the St Davids peninsular will run an enhanced (half-hourly) timetable during half term (May 25 to June 2) and throughout July and August.

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First Cymru’s Tenby Coaster (Observer pic)

These services are have been developed by the Pembrokeshire Greenways Partnership with funding from PCC, the Welsh Government and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Councillor Rhys Sinnett, Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet Member for Residents Services said: “Our coastal buses are a key part of our local public transport network, making it easy for both locals and visitors to get around the Pembrokeshire coast without having to use a car.

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First Cymru’s Tenby Coaster, an open-topped double decker bus between Tenby and Saundersfoot will be returning, daily, between Saturday, May 26 and Saturday, September 14. (Pic: Gareth Davies Photography)

“We hope as many people as possible make use of these services so that they can have a hassle free way of enjoying our beautiful county.”

First Cymru’s Tenby Coaster between Tenby and Saundersfoot will be returning, daily, between May 25 and September 14.

Taf Valley will be introducing additional journeys on the 351 service from Kilgetty and Tenby from July 20 to September 13, including a return journey on Sundays.

Pictured: The Cymru Coaster travels in Saundersfoot, Wales, UK. Wednesday 20 July 2022
Re: First Cymru Coaster open top double decker bus in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK.
The Cymru Coaster travels in Saundersfoot (Dimitris Legakis/Athena Pictures)

More information on local bus services can be found in the new 2024 Coastal Bus timetable booklet, available soon from local libraries and information centres.

To request a copy, please contact [email protected] or call 01437 764551.

Timetables can also be downloaded at: