Pembrokeshire National Park



Britain's Only Coastal National Park
Britain’s only coastal national park, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, is a collection of pretty towns and villages, cliffs, beaches, coves and islands so special that National Geographic Traveler magazine in the US recently rated it number two in the world’s best coastal destinations. The many walkers, birdwatchers, coasteerers, surfers and kayakers who visit every year would doubtless agree.
 
Wales Coastal Path
This spectacular 186 mile coastline also forms part of the Wales Coast Path, offering some of the best coastal walking paths in the Britain.
 
Things To Do
Explore the numerous castles and historic sites, or take some time out to roam through their tranquil gardens. Then head to the coast to enjoy some of the best beaches in the UK, try Coasteering which was developed on the St Davids Peninsula in the 1980’s. Then take a boat trip to one of the surrounding islands, many are important breeding sites for birds, seals and puffins.
 

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