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From St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south and including both the Preseli Hills and The Daugleddau Estuary, the unique and stunning landcape is a joy to experience all year round and includes some of the best beaches and views in the world.

There's no denying that Pembrokeshire is special, any visit to the County will convince you of that in short order. To be designated as the only coastal National Park in the whole UK though, that simply highlights just how special Pembrokeshire really is.

The National Park is packed full of fascinating wildlife and is home to some designated nature reserves. It covers an area of 243s sq miles, and is comprised of four sections. In the South coast, you have Caldey Island, St Bride's Bay and the Preseli Hills. The park isn't entirely made up of the coast though, there's also dense forests and marshes scattered throughout the edges of the park, allowing you to experience the varied landscape of Pembrokeshire. The park itself is made up of multiple things, some of which include wildlife, farming, habitats, history and more. The most of impressive part is that only 1% of the land is actually owned by the National Park itself. Nearly all of the land is privately owned and has been made for public enjoyment due to negotiation. 

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The best way to enjoy the National Parks efforts, of course, is to take a trip around our Coast Path yourself! Start from any place and make your way from one village to the next. A walk on the path will take you to one of our proud beaches, such as Whitesands, Abereiddy or Newgale. Every section of the trail is different, some with vast open areas and others secluded away from the fierce wind. If the windy coast path doesn't take your fancy, then there are many other places within the National Park, Castell Henllys being one of them, a reconstruction of an iron age Celtic village.

The Pembrokeshire Bucket List
The Pembrokeshire Bucket List

I’ve shared some Pembrokeshire bucket list idea’s below to ensure you get the most from a Pembrokeshire Coastal break!

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Five Famous Film Locations in Pembrokeshire
Five Famous Film Locations in Pembrokeshire

Many locations across Pembrokeshire have been used as sets for well-known films and television programmes, which have you visited?

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From New Quay down to Fishguard; wild, rugged, and spectacular is how one would define this area. A coastline littered with little coves and old smugglers caverns to explore. The north is very popular with walkers, cyclists and lovers of the outdoors all year round. North Pembrokeshire is often quieter than the South and during low season you could quite easily find yourself being the only person on your own beach to explore. Popular bases are Newport and Fishguard.

Holiday Cottages in North West Pembrokeshire, Wales North West Pembrokeshire Holidays North West Pembrokeshire

North West Pembrokehsire is also home to the smallest city in the Country - St.Davids which has an abundance of fine restaurants and galleries as well as the stunning Cathedral and Bishop's Palace. Stay in a holiday cottage in St.Davids for a uniquely Pembrokeshire take on a city-break. The North West coast of Pembrokeshire often attracts an impressive variety of sea life, sometimes including larger whale species that can be spotted from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or experienced with local boat charters

Holiday Cottages in West Pembrokeshire, Wales West Pembrokeshire Holidays West Pembrokeshire

West Pembrokeshire starts in the picturesque harbour village of Solva (once popular with smugglers) and around the coast through Newgale beach, an expansive sandy beach ideal for surfing and ending at the reaches of the Western Cleddau estuary. This area has been very popular with film producers thanks to its incredible natural beauty.

Holiday Cottages in South Pembrokeshire, Wales South Pembrokeshire Holidays South Pembrokeshire

Famous for its long sandy beaches starting on the south side of the estuary travelling round Angle and the surrounding beaches. Tenby, the jewel in the crown, has a vibrant nightlife and social scene while Narberth has a growing reputation for its boutique shopping and restaurants. We have spread across the boarder slightly into Carmarthenshire and have some wonderful properties at the foot of the Brechfa Forest.

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