Pembrokeshire is a place where you can really connect with the natural world. The Pembrokeshire National Park has been protected by The National Trust since 1952 and thanks to that there is a wide array of wildlife to observe and appreciate. The islands of Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm and Ramsay are all accessible by regular boat crossings and if you go at the right time of year you will see dolphins, porpoise, puffins, seals, gannets and much more. The waters around Martins Haven are also a designated protected marine reserve.
From the Norman castles of The Landsker Line to the neolithic burial chambers of The Preselis, Pembrokeshire is home to many important historic gems for visitors to explore. In St. Davids you will find the ruins of one of Britain's oldest cathedrals standing majestically next to it's 'newer' replacement. In Pembroke you find find the castle that was the birthplace of Henry Tudor, who later became king after defeating Richard III. In The Preselis you will find the outcrop of bluestones from where the healing stone of Stonehenge was hewn.
Pembrokeshire is a county of exploration and peaceful relaxation and there are many activities available to visitors. If you are looking for sports and thrills there are stunning locations and excellent facilities for surfing, kayaking, coasteering, kite-surfing, horse riding, cycling, hiking and much more. If you are looking for something calmer there are plenty of great places to relax and there are some fantastic places to eat out and take in the scenery throughout the county
Free access to the entire coast using the coastal path
Quiet and remote beaches
Many historic sites
Perfect for beach sports - kayaking, surfing etc.
Perfect for horse riding, cycling and hiking
Lots to explore
Fantastic local food
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