Walking Pembrokeshire, the UK’s Only Coastal National Park
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is regarded as one of the world’s great walking trails, National Geographic ranked it second in the world’s top ten long-distance paths. The wild nature of the landscape has made it the only stretch of coastline in the UK designated a National Park, ideal for coastal walking holidays.
- Some of the UK's most picturesque beaches at Barafundle Bay, Tenby and Broad Haven
- St David’s, 6th Century birthplace of Wales’s patron saint and Britain's smallest city
- The cairns at Whitesands Bay mark where St.Patrick left these shores to bring Christianity to the Irish Druids, who dragged the huge bluestones of Stonehenge from the Preseli Hills
- Visit Skomer Island in Spring and Summer for the migrating Puffin colonies
- The medieval walled town of Tenby, where Henry Tudor escaped by sea, to return in 1485 to defeat Richard III and become the first Welshman to mount the throne as Henry VII