South of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, between the villages of Stackpole and Bosherston is a varied stretch of coastline, famous for sandy beaches, wooded valleys and lily ponds.
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Caldey Island lies off the Pembrokeshire coast near Tenby in south-western Wales. Separated from the mainland by Caldey Sound, a ferry service runs between Tenby and Caldey Island during the Read more [...]
Skomer Island lies off the coast of Pembrokeshire in south-western Wales. Covering 1.13 square miles in area, the island is renowned for its amazing wildlife and is a National Nature Read more [...]
Rhossili is the ideal location from which to walk along the south Gower coast. Discover the Gowers rare wildlife, archaeology, cliffs and beaches. Rhossili Bay stretches for three miles, behind Read more [...]
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a national park protecting the Pembrokeshire coast in south west Wales. This beautiful coastal destination was voted second best coastline in the world by Read more [...]
Colby Woodland garden which is great to visit in all seasons.
St David’s Peninsula, a beautiful part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with rocky headlands and island-dotted seascapes.
Abereiddy to Abermawr is a wild stretch of coastline from blue lagoon to beach, via the fishing village of Porthgain and some former quarry workings. Great for outdoor adventurers, a Read more [...]