Coastlines as Far as the Eye Can See

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park may be one of the smallest National Parks in the UK, but it has one of the most diverse landscapes in the country. Recognised internationally for its importance, Pembrokeshire has a range of high-quality habitats and rare species, such as skylarks, choughs, and dormice. 

Not to mention its 420km of coastline, its 200 circular walks, and its 50 beaches (11 of which are Blue Flagged for their water quality).

Pembrokeshire is a champion of caring for its environment. After all, National Parks are there to ensure that these incredible landscapes are conserved for future generations to enjoy.

Visit Pembrokeshire on a small group tour and immerse yourself in the beauty of this coastal wonderland.

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Why you'll love Pembrokeshire Coast National Park


The Coastlines

There are 420km of wonder-filled coastline for you to explore. For those who love the sun glistening on beautiful blue waters, the touch of sand underfoot, and the sea breeze in the air; this national park is for you.

The Conservation

Conservation and sustainability are at the forefront of this national park. From woodland management to 11 Blue Flagged beaches, Pembrokeshire aims to be here for generations to come.

The Wildlife

From rare birds such as choughs and the stonechat, to orcas, sunfish and turtles, Pembrokeshire is teeming with wildlife. Whether you're an avid bird watcher or simply enjoy seeing a cute face peeking up out of the water, this is the world's zoo. 

The Adventure

You could be surfing the blue waters of Whitesands Bay. Maybe you'll walk the Porthgain to Abereiddi coastal walk to see the Blue Lagoon. Or perhaps a visit to the dramatic Carew Castle is at the top of your list. No matter what, there's plenty to do and see.

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