Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Travel Guide

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Pembrokeshire is at the south-west of Wales with a long coast line because of a major indentation from the west. There are beaches galore, some being practically like resorts with donkeys, such as Broad Haven and Little Haven. At the other end of the spectrum are Druidson Haven, whose inadequate parking keeps it quiet and those which need a walk like some near the cathedral cty, the smallest in Britain, of St. David's.

Here you will find lumps of only a few hundred feet called 'mountains,' full of possibilities for 6-year old achievement. There is a railway to Tenby, Saundersfoot and the oil tanker terminal of Milton Haven and Fishguard is the terminal for Irish ferries.

Pembroke itself has a splendid castle but the chief claims to fame of this area are monuments of a far earlier time. There are Bronze Age cromlechs in plenty and at Abereiddy, on the north coast, fossils are frequently found which make the cromlechs seem like yesterday's remains.

 

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