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Explore St Anns Head

St Ann’s Head is a small hamlet complete with a working lighthouse. Set on the clifftop, along the Dale Peninsula section of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with 3 sides of the cliff surrounded by water, you have fantastic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast that overlooks the entrance to the Milford Haven waterway.

For the energetic, walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path past Watwick Bay and Castle Beach and enjoy a pub lunch at the end in Dale.

A visit to the bird islands of Skokholm and Skomer is a must – the boat's departure point is only a short drive away, at Martin's Haven. St Ann’s Head is a unique place and a wonderful base from which to explore many of the award winning, long, sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire.

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Discover Narberth

Narberth has built up its reputation for being a unique quirky small town in the heart of Pembrokeshire.

Delve into Tenby's Interesting History
Delve into Tenby's Interesting History

Learn the history behind the castle walls and under the cobbled streets of this quaint historical Welsh town.

Legendary Places to Visit with your Dog
Legendary Places to Visit with your Dog

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