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Pembrokeshire Highlights 

 

 
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
    Covers about a third of Pembrokeshire including the whole
    of the coast and the Preseli Hills. Stunning views and
    fantastic beaches make a superb backdrop to any trip.
    +44 (0) 1437 720392 (National Park Gallery and Visitor
    Centre in St Davids)
    orielyparc@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/national park
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
    186 miles of incredibly diverse landscapes
    passing dozens of fascinating towns, villages and beaches.
    There are numerous easy access points for cruise passengers to soak up those views.
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/coast-path/
     
  • Pembrokeshire Wildlife
    Puffins, gannets, grey seals and dolphins top the list, but
    there’s abundant wildlife all round the coast. There are even
    marine nature reserves under the water.With aWildlife
    Trust, National Park and two field study centres, there are
    plenty of experts on hand too.
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/wildlife
  • Skomer Island
    Get up close to the 12,000 nesting Puffins and 240,000 Manx
    Shearwaters plus thousands of other sea birds during spring and early summer. A truly fascinating experience.
    +44 (0) 1646 603123 (Skomer boat operator)
    enquiries@pembrokeshire-islands.co.uk
    www.pembrokeshire-islands.co.uk
  • Caldey Island
    Tranquil island near Tenby with an active Cistercian
    monastery. Includes a medieval priory, coastal walks, post
    office/museum, perfume shop and tea gardens.
    +44 (0) 1834 844453
    inquiries@caldey-island.co.uk
    www.caldey-island.co.uk
  • Ramsey Island
    An island nature reserve near St Davids run by the
    Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. A
    great place to see Peregrine falcons, Chough and rarely seen
    seabirds like Razorbills. +44 (0) 1437 721721 (boat operator)
    sales@thousandislands.co.uk
    www.ramseyisland.com
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/ramseyisland
  • Grassholm Island
    An isolated nesting site for 65,000 Gannets who are
    in residence throughout the summer.
    A noisy and smelly spectacle with a good chance of coming close to dolphins en-route. Multiple boats available.
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/grassholm
 
 
  • Picton Castle
    Once a medieval castle but now a grand country house surrounded by woodland gardens. VIP tours available.
    +44 (0) 1437 751326
    info@pictoncastle.co.uk
    www.pictoncastle.co.uk
  • Manorbier Castle
    A charming castle dramatically located above a pretty sandy beach. Birth place of the 12th century scholar and historical chronicler Giraldus Cambrensis
    www.manorbiercastle.co.uk
  • St Davids
    This quaint village sized city is the spiritual capital of Wales
    and birthplace of our patron saint. The superb cathedral
    founded by St David is remarkable considering there are
    only 2,000 residents. Also visit the adjacent Bishops Palace and Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Cente. +44 (0) 1437 720392
    info@stdavidscathedral.org.uk
    www.stdavidscathedral.org.uk
    www.cadw.gov.wales/bishops palace
    www.orielyparc.co.uk
  • Tenby
    A picturesque medieval walled town with 3 stunning
    beaches and an enchanting harbour, the embarkation point
    for trips to Caldey Island. Attractions include a National
    Trust House, Guided GhostWalks and Museum.
    www.visitpembrokeshire.com/tenby
 

 

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