Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire

Home to Britain's only predominantly coastal national park.

Couple walking along the coast, Pembrokeshire, Wales

PEMBROKESHIRE - AT A GLANCE

  • In this county in south west Wales you’ll discover Britain’s magnificent coastal National Park.
     
  • Wooded estuaries give way to rugged cliffs, gorgeous golden beaches, natural rock formations and sea caves, making this one of the most rewarding areas of coastline to explore in Britain.
     
  • People love to visit for cosy country cottage breaks. They spend their days walking sandy stretches of coast or visiting one-off attractions such as poet Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse.
     
  • You won’t want to miss Britain's smallest city, St Davids, with its charming boutiques and cafes.
     
  • The town of Haverfordwest is the region’s centre, and from here there are great bus links to places of interest.
     
  • From Cardiff you can get to Haverfordwest by train in 2 hours 40 minutes.

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