Pembrokeshire Coast National Park


The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the UK.  National Geographic Traveler magazine in the US has previously voted the Pembrokeshire Coast one of the best coastal destinations in the world. The Pembrokeshire Coast path hugs the coastline for 186 miles of stunning coastal scenery in Britain, with views of the sandy beaches, coves and rugged cliffs.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has a diverse landscape of cliffs, wooded estuaries, inland hills, sandy beaches and the moorland of the Preseli Hills.  During Spring time, the National Park comes alive with natural flora and fauna, such as bluebell covered woodlands and native species such as cowslips, harebells and campions.  The National Park attracts various wildlife, such as puffins and seals, and occassionally dolphins can be spotted off the coast.

For those looking to get active whilst on Pembrokeshire Coast, there are various adventure sports on offer in the area.  The area provides some fantastic opportunities for rock climbing and coasteering, whilst also being a playground for water sports such as kayaking, kitesurfing, paddleboarding and sailing.

During the colder months, the Pembrokeshire Coast is a refreshing place to take long walks and admire the barrelling waves crash against the cliffs.  When you’re ready to warm up and thaw out, stop off at the various cosy pubs dotted around the area.

Nearby Pubs